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Revealed: Arsene Wenger is the reason why Alexis Sanchez will leave Arsenal this summer

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Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez will leave the club because manager Arsene Wenger "doesn't like confrontation".

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson has claimed that the Frenchman doesn't like to be challenged and gets rid of all those who challenge him in a way or another.

The Chilean was bitterly disappointed at the end of last season after the Gunners failed to qualify for next season's Champions League.

And he was quite vocal in a number of occasions because of the lack of effort from his team-mates.

"Arsene Wenger doesn't like confrontation and anybody that might challenge him, or not agree with one or two of his decisions, he doesn't like it and he doesn't want anyone like that at his club," Robson told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.

"Sanchez, as we have seen, when players aren't working quite as hard as he thinks they should do, or haven't passed him the ball, he will have a go at them.

"Sometimes that's a great attitude to have.

"You need three or four players that will get round the team, get after the players when things aren't going quite so well – as long as they are doing it themselves and Sanchez has certainly done it himself over the last two or three years."

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