Alexis Sanchez to Arsenal? Gunners fans FURIOUS at Man Utd transfer rumour

ARSENAL fans are less than pleased at rumours that Alexis Sanchez could be heading back to the Emirates as his spell at Manchester United continues to disappoint.

The Chilean forward has struggled under Jose Mourinho since moving to United in January – scoring just twice in 17 league games.

His time at the club hit an all-time low at the weekend, after he was dropped from the matchday squad altogether in the defeat at West Ham.

Starsport exclusively revealed that Mourinho has finally lost patience with Sanchez and wants him sold.

Arsenal are the frontrunners for his signature along with French giants PSG, with bookmakers Coral.

Fans were whipped into a frenzy after Sanchez was spotted speaking to ex-Arsenal team-mate Lucas Perez at West Ham, which came just days after Coral priced up a move back to the north London club as low as 4/1.

But YouTube star Mr DT is among a host of Gunners fans who don’t want the attacker back.

“We all know the problems Sanchez has had since joining from Arsenal,” he said on the latest edition of the Ultimate Football Fan show.

“There is talk that he may be offered back to Arsenal.

“No thanks, sorry Ed [Woodward] don’t want him.

Alexis Sanchez and Mr. DTGETTY/UFF DAILY

Arsenal fans do not want Alexis Sanchez to return to the club from Man Utd
(Pic: GETTY/UFF DAILY)

“He’s having severe problems like burnout – it’s not great.”

More than 30,000 people have seen the clip since it was posted to YouTube yesterday.

And hundreds of Arsenal fans rushed to the comments section to share DT’s views.

“Nope, don’t want Sanchez back,” one wrote. “He can continue his piano lessons at Utd.”

Another went one step further, saying: “Whoever thinks Sanchez should come back deserves to drink bleach.”

And a third added: “I would prefer us getting relegated than taking back that mercenary.”

Betfair are less convinced a deal will happen between Arsenal and United, however, giving odds of 9/1.

PSG (11/4), Barcelona (7/2) and Real Madrid (6/1) are seen as favoured options.

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