Starting the season without Alexis Sanchez is not the best way to kick-off

The last time that Arsenal won the Premier League title was during the 2003-04 season and ever since then, Arsene Wenger has only managed to put the English club in the top 5 spots of the top tier English league which isn’t bad as this shows consistency from the manager and his players but the fans of the club are tired of seeing them getting so close but just not managing to pull it off.

The next Premier League season kicks off on August 8 and Arsene Wenger has already had some bad news to announce to the supporters of the club and it involves one of their most important as well as influential figures, Alexis Sanchez.

Alexis Sanchez will be missing out from the opening match of the season for Arsenal. Arsene Wenger talked during a press conference in Asia and said: “He’ll be back with us on Aug. 3 and it takes about three weeks to competitive. It could take him a little bit less time to get match fit but he’ll miss our first game.”

One of the main reasons of why Arsenal in the past few years have just not been capable on making it through an entire season in full force and pull off a Premier League win is due to injuries as the main stars of the team have had to miss out from a significantly large period of time and this has already started to affect the squad of Arsene Wenger.

Danny Welbeck has missed out from the pre-season tour to Asia due to a knee injury and Tomas Rosicky is another one who is also suffering from a knee injury.

Arsene Wenger is hoping that these injuries will not continue affecting his team in the 2015-16 season but from the looks of it, it won’t be happening as some of his players are already out injured and the regular season hasn’t even kicked off.

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