Wenger, on the topic of Lemar and Sanchez, said: "It's uncomfortable and every manager would agree that it's important not to have players that are half-out and half-in". Are they tapped up in the afternoon of the game by people who want to get them out? Sanchez was heavily scrutinised for his performance in the Merryside fixture and now being bashed for his play in the World Cup qualifiers.
Of course, the keeper did hint at a possible future move for Alexis, and even if the player doesn't join Manchester City, it's clear he will be going elsewhere after leaving Arsenal this summer. There is a lot of room to improve.
"Today I am not very convinced that we can maintain it. We have to maintain the control of financial management of the clubs".
It was the first post from the player since sharing a dejected image after the Gunners' 4-0 defeat to Liverpool on August 27. "The team-mates must have felt nothing for him". Simple as that. And there's always more money, at least in England anyway.
'Does he come in and act professionally at the training ground?
The 28-year-old posted: "And the next moment is coming".
Meanwhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was allowed to leave in a £35 million move to Liverpool.
Premier League clubs spent a record £1.4 billion ($1.8 billion, 1.5 billion euros) on new players during the 2017 close-season window.
"We had to sell somebody".
Wenger attributes the situation to a pair of factors - the natural rise in wages but also a transfer market that has seen fees skyrocket over the past few seasons. "We are all very happy for the win". In fact, anything but.
The image shows Sanchez's face photoshopped onto an image of Neymar. Bravo however has stated that the incident could have been avoided.
Full back Daniels, who has made over 200 appearances for the south coast club, said: "It's all happened so quickly".
"At least the question has to be raised".