Reports late Thursday suggested Sanchez had contravened the Football Association’s ‘whereabouts’ rule.
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Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal were at fault if Alexis Sanchez had missed a routine drugs test on the same day as he was completing his transfer to Manchester United but insisted both the player and the club had "nothing to hide".Reports in the British media late Thursday suggested the Chile forward had contravened the Football Association's "whereabouts" rule by missing a doping test scheduled for Monday – the same day as a move to Premier League rivals United was being completed.Sanchez's "whereabouts" changed Monday when he moved to Manchester United, although it appears the Chile forward was still technically a registered player with London giants Arsenal when the possible infraction of anti-doping rules took place.Wenger, Arsenal's manager since September 1996, added: "I pushed always for football to do more against doping, so I don't see why we should not cooperate.Players or clubs who commit three 'whereabouts' violations within a 12-month period are at risk of disciplinary action.
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