The Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern have finally heard the news that they have been waiting so long for…
According to the Evening Standard, Alexis Sanchez has been offered a deal to stay at Arsenal worth a whopping £300,000-per-week, with Arsenal seemingly desperate to see the deal come to fruition.
Of course, this comes after a season of speculation and ifs and buts, with the Gunners in the Transfer Tavern taken on a bit of a wild ride in recent months. Amid turmoil on the pitch, it has been a disaster off it – with the Gunners trying, seemingly in vein, to secure their key players down to new long-term contracts.
This supposed £300,000-per-week offer, though, could be enough to tempt Sanchez to stay at the club – with Wenger and co seemingly making movements to start their summer business off right.
Unsurprisingly, this has generated quite the response in the pub, with many fans in euphoria, though it appears as though the Arsenal fans on Twitter are being slightly more cynical. Indeed, many think that a deal may not even be in the offing – though many are still dreaming that it is true…
Sensational scenes when we have Özil and Sanchez on 300k per week, new signings of 200m and McCauley scores a free header to beat us
— jeremie (@aliladiere) April 13, 2017
Gazidis offering Sanchez 300k a week. Wenger will be furious. Sanchez will probably accept it if Wenger is moved on.
— Sam.sports (@Samsports094) April 13, 2017
— Sam Hawes (@HawesSammy) April 13, 2017
— cobbi4life (@cobbi4life) April 13, 2017
I love him but maybe it's me and I shouldn't care but no way he is worth it.
We have weakened our position irresponsibly we have no choice
— Clive (@clivepafc) April 13, 2017
Tbh is just about sending a message.
— Emanuel Davila (@EmanuelCDavila) April 13, 2017
Its a BIG lie! Stop pullying our legs
— chisom (@NeboTheGreatest) April 13, 2017
Must be season ticket renewal time
— doolittle (@buttryan67) April 13, 2017
More Arsenal PR guff. Not happening
— bfscru (@BelfastCrusader) April 13, 2017
— The Uncommon Man (@MCtopiano) April 13, 2017
He still won't stay, James. He's a winner. AFC are not.
— Bombay Gooner (@bombaygooner) April 13, 2017
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