Liverpool fans react on Twitter to reports of Sanchez bust-up with Arsenal
By Amir Mir
Liverpool fans on Twitter have urged the club to sign Arsenal attacker Alexis Sanchez after a reported bust-up in training.
The BBC Sports website claimed on Sunday that the 28-year-old was on the bench for the club’s last fixture after a row with his manager and teammates.
It is said Sanchez left training in mid-session and then had an angry exchange with teammates prior to the club’s 3-1 defeat at Liverpool on Saturday evening.
Sanchez was on the bench for that fixture and was brought on in the second half to help assist his side for their only goal.
Following this speculation which is circulating around the media, the Anfield faithful have suggested that their club should try to sign the highly-rated forward.
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Sanchez has been in devastating form this season despite his side’s poor performances which has seen his manager Arsene Wenger come under increasing pressure.
The Chilean international has played 35 Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup matches for his side this term, scoring 20 goals and supplying 17 assists.
Therefore, it is no surprise that fans want Sanchez to move to Anfield with many believing that he would suit the club’s style of play.
Supporters urged the club to bid as much as they could for the former Barcelona man with his contract at the Emirates due to expire during the summer of 2018.
Overall, Liverpool fans were expressing their appreciation towards Sanchez and how much they would like him to join their club in the summer.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
— FELIX (@Felixofficial_) March 5, 2017
— Why So Serious©™#LFC (@Chriscolson82) March 5, 2017
— Andrew Yioupas (@Andrew_92c) March 5, 2017
— Michele (@_360red_) March 5, 2017
— Brandon (@BMLFC67) March 5, 2017
— Damien Synnott (@damosynnott) March 5, 2017
— LFC Tickets 1892 (@1892_ticketsLFC) March 5, 2017
In other Liverpool news, the club have set their sights on the man dubbed by the Italian press as the next Dino Zoff.