Arsenal set to offer bumper contract deal to Sanchez
13 August, 2017, 12:00 | Author: Joan Malone
Wenger revealed the 28-year-old will miss the first couple of weeks of the Premier League season, which includes matches against Leicester City and Stoke City, due to an abdominal problem.
Wenger said the forward had sustained an abdominal injury and was likely to miss both Friday's game against Leicester and the trip to Stoke City on August 19.
With Arsenal failing to qualify for this season's Champions League, Sanchez has been heavily linked with a move away from The Emirates Stadium although Wenger has repeatedly said this offseason that the Chile worldwide is not for sale.
Arsene Wenger confirmed that Sanchez would be "out for a while" having suffered the strain on Sunday morning while training. "I just think we are not open - what I said to you many times - to any offers, anyway".
"Alexis Sanchez is out for a while", Wenger said during a press conference on Wednesday. "He had a scan two days ago and he's out for a while", the Guardian quoted Wenger as saying.
Arsenal haven't lost three consecutive opening day fixtures since 1960.
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Game of Thrones has released a new batch of photos ahead of episode five " Eastwatch " - and there's no Jaime Lannister in sight. And although Drogon and some of his flames might've been added in post, much of what we see is real.
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The Trump administration has characterized Maduro as a dictator and announced sanctions against government officials. " Trump tells reporters at his New Jersey golf course Friday that he's "not going to rule out" a military option".
Lim's case at all levels, and we will continue to support him and his family now that he has returned", the statement said. He was sentenced to hard labor for life in December 2015 on charges of attempting to overthrow the Pyongyang regime.
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While the French CAC 40 Index fell by 0.6%, the German DAX Index slumped by 1.1% and the UK's FTSE 100 Index plunged by 1.4%. Declining issues outnumbered advancing ones on the NYSE 6-to-1; on Nasdaq , a 3.60-to-1 ratio favored decliners.
While Trump raised the specter of military intervention, his top national security aides have downplayed that possibility. As to US military action against Venezuela , the Pentagon said it had not received any such orders from the White House.
Only 105 seconds it took the former leader of the Lyon's Alexander Lacazette to score his debut goal in the Premier League . We can't wait to see where the league goes from here. "I'm very pleased for the team and hope we can carry on".
Rodriguez then curled an effort inches wide of the far post with Begovic beaten as the Baggies continued to push for the opener. It comes after the Welshman guided the Baggies to a 10th-placed finish in the Premier League last season.
His chief strategist, Steve Bannon, once declared that his former news site, Breitbart, was "the platform for the alt-right". Trump, as a candidate, frequently came under scrutiny for being slow to offer his condemnation of white supremacists.
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Landslide in Himachal, at least seven dead
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Trump blames "many sides" for violence in Charlottesville
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