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Arsenal fans don’t believe the latest news about Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez has been ruled out of Arsenal's opening Premier League fixture against Leicester

What a normal person reads: “Alexis Sanchez ruled out of Arsenal’s Premier League opener against Leicester with abdominal strain.”

What an Arsenal fan reads: “Alexis Sanchez sticks two fingers up to the fans and runs off with his dogs as he waits for Chelsea/Man City/PSG move to be completed.”

Who are we to believe?

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Thumbs up if you’re leaving Arsenal

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Thumbs up if you’re leaving Arsenal

Arsene Wenger confirmed that Sanchez would be ‘out for a while’ having suffered the strain on Sunday morning while training.

However most Arsenal fans aren’t buying the all-too convenient news.

Most are of the opinion that Sanchez is just stalling before he leaves the club and moves elsewhere.

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The Gunners have already lifted silverware without Sanchez this season after beating Chelsea in the final of the Community Shield last weekend.

Arsenal’s first five Premier League fixtures are against Leicester, Stoke, Liverpool, Bournemouth and Chelsea.

But which side will Sanchez be on by the time that last game rolls around?

A wave goodbye?

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A wave goodbye?

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