The Arsenal’s slogan still remains, ‘Once a Gunner, Always a Gunner’, as most players who have left the club at some point, were welcomed back without hesitation. Recently, Jack Wilshere returned back to Arsenal after he was released by Bournemouth at the end of last season as he scored 2 goals from 17 appearances in all competitions.
5. Carlos Caszely Carlos Caszely is ranked 5th on this list, he is a retired Chilean footballer, during his time, he played as Forwarder, and he was one of the best. His professional career started in 1957 and he played till 1986 when he retired at Barcelona SC.
Contracts are formal and legally binding agreements and in professional football, player contracts are one of the most difficult aspects of running a club. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta arrived at the club in December 2019 to replace fellow countrymen Unai Emery who was sacked after a poor run of results.
When Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil were nearing the end of their contracts, Arsene Wenger predicted that this would become the norm. It's difficult to disagree with the Premier League's wise old sage: Hakan Calhanoglu, David Alaba, Memphis Depay, Sergio Aguero, Sergio Ramos, Gini Wijnaldum, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and a certain Lionel Messi have all changed clubs this summer for nothing.
Following the transfer window this summer, some players left their teams to join another in order to continue their football career. However, one thing in football and in life generally is adaptation. Moving to a new place for the first time requires the ability to adapt to the new environment.
Arsenal has been the subject of numerous poor contractual situations for a few years now. To put this into context, it would be difficult to find any other club that would lose the likes of Mesut Ozil (42 million), Skhodran Mustafi (35 million), Sokratis Papasthatopoulos (19 million), Aaron Ramsey, Henrikh Mkhitaryan without recouping a single penny from them.
It is perfectly normal for players to have contract issues with their clubs for various reasons. After all, their careers are dependent on some of the choices they make and a huge part of these choices are the contracts they chose to sign. So many players have contract disputes with their clubs due to different reasons like playing time, wages, contract length, appearances, bonuses, release clauses, and so on.
Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United in 2009 and he has scored 392 goals (Real Madrid and Juventus inclusive). Manchester United on the other hand, having tried replacing him 6 times, and all six of them (Michael Owen, Antonio Valencia, Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay, Alexis Sanchez and Edison Cavani) have only scored a combined 24 goals.
As expected, the return of Cristiano Ronaldo has made Manchester United the center of attention this season, but that doesn't in anyway translate to all being well at the club. The Red contingent of Manchester are next to Arsenal on the list of the most money spent to acquire players last summer with £133 million and a bigger chunk of that money was expended on Jadon Sancho (£73 million).
Super stars always love big moves to big clubs in Europe. It is always assumed that every big player who move to a big club will perform even much better. Over the years, great players have complained so much about how unhappy they are in a big club and this have affected their football careers and performance too.
Angel Di Maria and two other players who wore the number seven jersey for Manchester United, but never got to win the English Premier League trophy, since the inception of the English Premier League in 1992. Manchester United's number seven jersey is one of the most iconic in world football history, thanks to the plethora of top football players who had an illustrious football career at the English Premier League Club-side while putting on the number seven jersey during their playing time at Manchester United.
Barcelona player, Ousmane Dembele has been signed by the Blaugrana club since 2017. It hasn't been a fun experience for the French player, he has been battered and shattered with a lot of injuries. Quite different from the man we watched at Borussia Dortmund. His contract would be ending at Barcelona this season, Dembele may refuse to accept another contract from the club.
1. Alexis Sanchez Alexis is a Chilean professional soccer player plays as a winger for Serie A club, Inter Milan and the Chile national team. He is considered by many as one of the best footballers of his generation and often lauded as the greatest Chilean player of all time.
Due to the high level of competition in the English Premier League, scoring the most goals is not simple. The majority of Europe's best forwards and attackers have played in England yet have yet to reach the top of the goal scoring charts. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Diego Costa, Wayne Rooney, Alexandre Lacazette, Danny Ings, and Alexis Sanchez are among these forwards.
Over the years, the Latin American countries have provided world-class star players who graced top European clubs in the world. Star player like Luiz Suarez who has won several major trophies and individual awards with different top European clubs is also from a Latin-American country (Uruguay).
Photo credit: Arsenal.com Bukayo Saka is currently one of the best young players in the world of football right now. The 20-year-old winger is very talented and possesses dazzling skills and explosive pace. Bukayo Saka can run against any defense in the world with his dribbling ability and the ability to shoot on target from a tight angle makes him one of the best for the future.
With just two appearances for Manchester in the Premier League, Ronaldo has equalled English Premier League's goal tally of two players who have had the privilege of wearing the No 7 jerseys while at Manchester United- Alexis Sanchez and Angel Di Maria. In just two appearances for Manchester United in the Premier league in his second coming, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 3 goals for the Red Devils- 2 goals against Newcastle United in his debut and 1 against West Ham United.
Many footballers have been said to be successful in their football career but still had a missing achievement in their careers that is to lift the UEFA Champions League trophy. Recently, the FIFA world cup and UEFA Champions League has been a major task for footballer but many top class players have failed to fulfill that task
Edinson Cavani willingly gave Cristiano Ronaldo the no.7 jersey. However, Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his gratitude for Cavani's act of maturity. However, before giving the jersey to it's owner, Edinson Cavani redeemed the jersey. After Cristiano Ronaldo, other players who have worn the shirt failed to live up to expectation.
Arsenal fans have reacted to a report that surfaced today that Inter Milan want to release Alexis Sanchez on free. According to the report, Inter Milan are looking for a way to settle their debt. In view of this, Inter Milan want to release some players.