- Alexis Sanchez blames Arsenal's inconsistent performances for his desire to leave club
- The 28-year-old believes his teammates does not share his ambition and desire to always win
- The Chilean may likely leave the club this summer despite Wenger being confident
Alexis Sanchez's desire to leave Arsenal in the summer is as result of failure of the club to turn their talent into consistent performances.
The 28-year-old is bent on a move away from the London club in the summer despite Arsene Wenger's confidence that he will sign an extension deal.
The Chilean has expressed frustration at his teammates' lack of zeal to perform on match-days.
He believes his teammates do not share his ambition and desire to always win as he is tired of their failure to produce quality performances.
Sanchez signed for the Gunners from Barcelona and has been one of the most consistent players since joining the club in 2014.
He has 19 goals and has made 12 assists for the Gunners making him the club's top-goalscorer this season despite Arsenal's drop in form.
The North London club are currently 6th on the Premier League table with four games to go and 6 points adrift fourth-placed Manchester City.