Wenger has been Arsenal manager for 22 years. / AFP / Adrian DENNIS
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When Manchester United last bought a player from Arsenal, then manager Alex Ferguson complimented counterpart Arsene Wenger on the hard bargain he drove in selling striker Robin van Persie, saying the Frenchman "could run a poker school in Govan".Five and a half years on and it is unlikely Wenger will receive any pats on the back for his part in Alexis Sanchez's exit from Arsenal, a move that all but confirms how far the London club has fallen behind the Premier League powerhouses.Last May, when Arsenal won the FA Cup, Wenger signed a new two-year contract and talked confidently of mounting a Premier League challenge this season.
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