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How many goals can Alexis Sanchez score this season? Sanchez will boast Arsenal goal tally that was quite low in the top 4 of two centurions in City and Liverpool.

They say form is temporary but class is permanent, but the opposite goes for the Chilean. As the world adores his class, his form is the main factor why Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger splashed the cash. At 25 years of age, having a successful season behind him in which he managed 19 goals for himself followed by a World Cup in which he scored against Brazil, Arsenal have pulled a gem here and with Theo Walcott returned and Mesut Ozil from the center, this season might become a memorable one for the Arsenal faithful.


Sanchez will boast Arsenal goal tally that was quite low in the top 4 of two centurions in City and Liverpool.

While last season Diego Costa and Cristiano Ronaldo were the front runners in terms of goals, the new Arsenal signing was the leading assist maker in La Liga with 10 assists to his name. He was the most influential player last season for Barcelona behind Messi and in a team where goals come like rains in the Amazon, Sanchez was involved in 29% of the goals for the Catalan side. Quite impressive!

When Sanchez joined Barcelona from Udinese for 22million pounds, expectations were high as the Chilean had performed in his former team. In his last season at the Italian soil Udinese managed a 4th place Champions League playoff position and Sanchez was the key part of the project. That is the reason why Barcelona gone over the board and confirmed his signature and he had not dis-appointed them since then.

Sanchez is the 8th most expensive all-time signing for Barcelona.

Now comes the exciting part for Arsenal fans. In his 1st season at his former new club, Sanchez managed to score 12 and create 5 in a team where Messi is all what matters at the end of the day. So if Arsene Wenger decides to start the talisman upfront, better days are ahead for the reigning FA Cup Champions.

Since moving on to Barcelona, every season in which he managed more than 20 starts from the starting 11, he managed to score a double future tally of goals.

If Arsene Wenger can find a way to put him up-front and Theo Walcott in the winger role with Cazorla role in an Arsenal shirt still hanging in balance, there might be no reason why the Chilean might not take the Premier League with storm. And being fresh from a memorable World Cup campaign, a double figure tally of goals might await for him in England next season.
           

           
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