- Alexis Sanchez hints he will be leaving Arsenal after a frustrating season
- The Chilean says he is desperately in need Champions League and a Premier League title
- NAIJ.com reported that he also expressed frustration at his teammates' performance on match-days
Alexis Sanchez has insisted he will be leaving Arsenal after a frustrating season at the club.
The Chilean has admitted he is frustrated with the outcome of this season as this is set to be the worst season for the club since he joined.
The 28-year-old signed from Barcelona in 2014 and is believed to be the most consistent player for the Gunners.
He is also Arsenal's top goal-scorer netting 24 times in 46 appearances in all competition this season.
NAIJ.com reported that he expressed his frustration at his teammates ' performance on match-days.
The former Barcelona man is desperately in need Champions League and a Premier League title with the London club as that was his aim when he joined the club.
He said: “I came here to win trophies - to compete in the Champions League semi-finals and to win the Premier League."
“I feel disappointed we aren’t in a position to win the Premier League or the Champions League. We do have the FA Cup final against Chelsea coming up and we’ll give it our all to try to win it."
“What I want is to qualify for the Champions League, win the FA Cup then I’ll sit down with the club to decide what I’m going to do,” he added.
Arsenal are currently 6th on the Premier League standings with four games to go and 6 points adrift fourth-placed Manchester City as they are on the verge of missing out of Champions League next season.
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