Alexis Sanchez next club tips
FootyOn outline Alexis Sanchez next club tips as the Arsenal forward’s future in England comes under the spotlight.
Chile star turn Sanchez has been strongly linked with a move away from the Emirates.
Arsenal are yet to agree a new deal for their key attacker, so could potentially see him depart London.
Speculation regarding a possible exit gathered pace in light of news involving a club bust-up.
The 28-year-old was part of the Gunners side that were thrashed 5-1 by Bayern Munich recently.
After that Champions League horror show, Sanchez has looked out of sorts in the Premier League.
The frontman was reportedly involved in a heated confrontation with fellow players before storming off the training ground.
Therefore, we showcase Alexis Sanchez next club tips as the striker looks set to depart the capital.
Sanchez was recently given permission from Arsenal to jet off to Italy with a close friend.
This led to reports that he was interested in a move to Serie A as he enjoyed a ‘short break’ there.
There has been a strong recent link between Italian champions Juventus and Chilean players.
His international teammate Arturo Vidal was the highest profile before joining Bayern Munich.
Mauricio Isla is another recent Old Lady representative. Meanwhile, all-time Chile goal scorer Marcelo Salas spent three years in Turin.
Sanchez is 3/1 with SkyBet to become the next Chilean to arrive at Juventus in the summer transfer window.
He also has Serie A experience from his time with Udinese between 2006 and 2011.
There have been many cases of Arsenal players jumping ship to Manchester City in recent seasons.
All of Kolo Toure, Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri and Bacary Sagna have made such a switch since 2009.
Other former Gunners stars to eventually end up at the Etihad are Patrick Vieira, Stuart Taylor and Richard Wright.
Could Sanchez become the latest to make that move between London and the blue half of Manchester?
If you can’t beat them, join them!
The clinical Chilean was on target against the Bavarians. He missed his first-half penalty, but eventually followed up Manuel Neuer’s save to level proceedings 1-1.
Germany’s Bundesliga could be a tempting proposition for the Chilean, having already featured in La Liga, Serie A and the Premier League.
How about swapping London for Paris?
PSG proved with their demolition of Barcelona that they are ready to finally challenge in Europe.
They have promising outright odds for a Champions League success this term.
With likely domestic silverware on hand each campaign and the possibility of a European crown in the near future, Sanchez is 5/1 with Paddy Power to join PSG next.
Other potential destinations
They say never go back, but could Sanchez be tempted to rejoin Barcelona?
There’s one potential factor that could sway the Chilean’s decision.
Jorge Sampaoli guided Sanchez and the Chile national side to 2015 Copa America success.
The current Sevilla boss is now the leading contender to replace Luis Enrique at the Nou Camp.
Meanwhile, other outside potential destinations include Real Madrid (20/1 with SkyBet), Atletico Madrid (25/1 with Paddy Power), Chelsea (12/1 with Paddy Power) and any Chinese club (20/1 with Paddy Power).