Soccer player Laurent Koscielny from English Premier League club Arsenal listens to a question with team manager Arsene Wenger as they attend a news conference in Sydney, Australia, July 11, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
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Sanchez, who at times last season cut a disgruntled figure as Arsenal struggled with form and uncertainty over Wenger's future, is not on the team's preseason tour to Australia as he rests after last month's Confederation's Cup.But Wenger said reports that the Chilean ace had informed him that he wanted to leave the club were not true, replying with a curt "No". He added, "I think the easiest way to manage a player is in the final year of his contract.Arsenal play two preseason friendlies in Sydney this week, against Sydney FC Thursday and Western Sydney Wanderers Saturday.
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