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Profile of the Chilean footballer Alexis Sanchez, who currently plays as a midfielder at Arsenal. The 27-year old player Sanchez joined Arsenal from and wears the number 7 shirt.

Alexis Sanchez
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        (Squad number 7)

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Alexis Sanchez Career
2005–2006Cobreloa47(9)
2006–2011Udinese95(20)
2006–2007Colo-Colo (loan)32(5)
2007–2008River Plate (loan)23(4)
2011–2014Barcelona88(39)
2014–Arsenal35(16)

2007Chile U2012(2)
2006–Chile86(27)

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Alexis Sanchez : Arsenal News
“Arsenal attacker Alexis Sanchez has spoken of his time with Barcelona - and working alongside Lionel Messi. Alexis moved to Arsenal from Barca and says he learned plenty during his time at the Nou Camp.”
 Ghana Soccemet 19 days ago
“HECTOR BELLERIN insists the entire Arsenal squad share Alexis Sanchez’s frustration at their roller-coaster season. Chilean ace Sanchez invariably wears his heart on his sleeve, making it clear for all to see when he feels wronged or upset.”
 The Sun 20 days ago
“Alexis Sanchez appears destined to leave Arsenal this summer. He will be a hot property on the transfer market and should have his pick of clubs – depending on who can pay his wages and match his demands on the playing front.”
 Goal 20 days ago
“Sanchez has enjoyed a fine season at Arsenal, scoring 22 goals across all competitions. However, the Chile international's future is uncertain with his contract expiring next summer.”
 The Daily Express 20 days ago
“Hector Bellerin has hailed Alexis Sanchez’s character, insisting the Arsenal playmaker gets frustrated by defeats more than anyone else at the club.”
 Metro 21 days ago
“Now, the story is shifting to Alexis wanting just one more year to see if the Gunners can pull out that trophy that they just can’t manage to find. That major trophy that has eluded them for over a decade.”
 paininthearsenal.com 21 days ago
“Sanchez has won league titles with Colo-Colo, River Plate and Barcelona, as well as two Copa Americas with Chile, But he won't be winning the Premier League title this year, with Arsenal currently 18 points behind league leaders Chelsea.”
 The Daily Express 21 days ago
“Alexis Sanchez's contract at Arsenal runs down at the end of the next season and the Gunners star has dropped a hint that he could be on his way out of the Emirates in the summer.”
 International Business Times 21 days ago
“Sanchez's contract at Arsenal expires next summer. The Chile international has been in stunning form for the Gunners, scoring 22 goals across all competitions.”
 The Daily Express 21 days ago
“Wenger is sticking to his guns that the Chilean star will sign a new deal. Contract talks were put on hold until the summer earlier this season.”
 Daily Star 21 days ago
Alexis Sanchez Career Honours
  • Colo-Colo: Chilean Primera Division: 2006 Clausura, 2007 Apertura
  • River Plate: Primera Division de Argentina: 2008 Clausura
  • Barcelona: La Liga: 2012–13
  • Barcelona: Copa del Rey: 2011–12
  • Barcelona: Supercopa de Espana: 2011, 2013
  • Barcelona: UEFA Super Cup: 2011
  • Barcelona: FIFA Club World Cup: 2011
  • Arsenal: FA Cup: 2014–15
  • Arsenal: FA Community Shield: 2014
  • Chile: FIFA U-20 World Cup: Third place 2007
  • Chile: Copa America: 2015
  • Serie A Player of the Month: February 2011
  • PFA Player of the Month: October 2014
  • Kid's Choice Awards' Favorite Footballer: March 2015
  • PFA Team of the Year: 2014–15
  • PFA Fans' Player of the Year: 2015

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Matt Macey Emiliano Martinez
    David Ospina Petr Cech
    Defenders
    Mathieu Debuchy Carl Jenkinson
    Hector Bellerin Kieran Gibbs
    Nacho Monreal Rob Holding
    Per Mertesacker Gabriel Paulista
    Shkodran Mustafi Laurent Koscielny
    Midfielders
    Theo Walcott Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
    Alex Iwobi Mesut Ozil
    Santi Cazorla Granit Xhaka
    Aaron Ramsey Mohamed Elneny
    Francis Coquelin Alexis Sanchez
    Forwards
    Yaya Sanogo Danny Welbeck
    Olivier Giroud Lucas Perez
    Chuba Akpom