ALEXIS SANCHEZ has added further intrigue to his contract situation at Arsenal with a cryptic Instagram post.
The Chilean has been in a long-term stand-off all season after demanding £380,000-a-week on a new agreement.
And Sanchez, 28, has been expressing himself on social media, with a post on the picture-sharing app.
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It said: “If you want to know your past, you need to look at your present to get results.
“If you want to know your future look what you do now to achieve everything you want.”
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" si quieres conocer el pasado, entonces mira tu presente que es el resultado . Si quieres conocer tu futuro mira tu presente que es la causa " if you want to know your past, you need to look at your present to get results. If you want to know your future look what you do now to achieve everything you want .
The post could, of course, just be a load of jibberish.
Sanchez scored in the Gunners’ 2-0 win over Southampton on Monday night that lifted Arsene Wenger’s side above Manchester United in the league.
He likes to wind down by taking his two retriever dogs out of walks in the countryside and regularly posts pictures of the four-legged canines to his Instagram page.
But there have also been spats on the pitch with team-mates this season, he has had a go at Aaron Ramsey on the field and moaned at pals for not passing the ball.
And he was the target of criticism from Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal for not clapping Gunners fans after their 3-1 defeat to Chelsea.
Boss Wenger also has yet to announce if he is staying at Arsenal, with the Frenchman standing firm on the club’s wage structure.
Wenger said last month: “I think he will sign and stay because, first of all, he is happy here.
“His desire is to stay. That is what I deeply believe. The disagreements are purely contractual – not on the desire.
“Both parties have the desire to find an agreement, so I think it will happen.”