Alexis Sanchez has an incredible work-rate, but sometimes he trains so hard that Arsene Wenger has to tell him to stop, according to Fox Sports.
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The Chilean has been superb since his summer signing from Barcelona, and was vital to any and all success we experienced in the early stages of the season.
His tireless nature is obviously a huge bonus to the team, but sometimes he needs to be told to take it easy.
He recently revealed the respect he has for Wenger, and claims the Frenchman often has to tell him when to stop training.
“Sometimes I want to train more than necessary and [Wenger] won’t let me! But he knows better than me,” he said.
“He is an example to young players and he has years of experience in football.”
Sanchez has been experiencing something of a goal drought by his standards, and has struggled for his best form as of late. He is looking like arguably our best signing for over a decade however, and his quality should see him bounce straight back soon.
He has the potential to be a difference maker in each and every game he is involved in, so we desperately need him to find his shooting boots once again.