Arsenal fans think Alexis Sanchez sent cryptic message on Instagram during Spurs loss

Arsenal supporters have been left intrigued over the social media usage of Alexis Sanchez.

The former Gunners hero forced his way out of the club to join Manchester United back in 2018, but that quickly turned sour and he has now joined Inter Milan on a permanent basis.

After his Old Trafford exit was confirmed, Arsenal fans might have fondly reminisced over his fine performances at the club following his Barcelona switch in 2014, which included two FA Cup victories.

Following his admission that he wanted to leave United after only one training session, Sanchez posted a short message while watching the north London derby on Sunday.

He wrote: “Futbol. Home.”

Although it seems as though Sanchez was talking about his immediate surroundings, the television showed his former team in action, with whom he used to have a very special relationship.

One fan wrote: “Alexis Sanchez with a candle for the Arsenal game, god I miss him man.”

Another posted: “I miss seeing Alexis Sanchez and Ozil playing together.”

A third said: “The last Arsenal player I really liked, outside our academy, was Alexis Sanchez.”

Sanchez said on a video he posted on Instagram earlier this year on his time at United: "After the first training session I realised many things, I came home and asked my family and my manager if I could not break the contract and return to Arsenal, something did not fit me, but I had already signed.

"Months passed and I kept feeling the same. We were not united as a team at that time.

"The journalists also spoke without knowing and it hurt. Former players also spoke and had no idea what was happening inside the club. And they hurt me.

"A player also depends on the internal environment, that we need to be a family. We weren't like that, and it was reflected on the field. If someone had to be blamed, they blamed me.

"I do self-criticism and should have played better. But I was always blamed, even if I played for a few minutes."

Having said when initially leaving in 2018: "There are people (former club players) who have spoken with no knowledge of what happens inside the club and cause damage. I must say I always gave 100%, until the last day.

"I remember today, a conversation I had with Henry, a historic Arsenal player, who changed club for the same reason and today is my turn.

"Thanks for everything Gunners! All we achieved and the good moments that I gave to the club. I want to dedicate it to the fans, they are the most important.”

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