‘Without Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal would be a mid-table team’

The former Arsenal striker is concerned about the north London club's situation

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Ian Wright believes that Arsenal would be a “mid-table” team were it not for star summer signing Alexis Sanchez.

The Gunners slumped to a 2-1 defeat by Manchester United at Emirates Stadium on Saturday as their worst start to a Premier League seasons continued.

The weekend’s loss left Arsene Wenger’s side eighth in the Premier League table and 15 points behind leaders Chelsea after 12 games.

And Arsenal striking legend Wright is concerned about his former club’s situation.

“If it wasn’t for Sanchez, where would they be now?” Wright told BBC Sport.

“They are mid-table without Alexis Sanchez.”

The former striker added: “I can’t see Arsenal getting in the top four at the moment.”

Ian Wright is talking…

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