Manchester United have been electric under Ole Gunnar Solskaer, with the Red Devils winning six from six in emphatic fashion.
It’s just crazy to me that these same players are performing so much better under a new manager, despite the fact that Jose Mourinho is up there amongst the best in the world.
What’s most impressive to me is that the squad want to play for each other again. They’re giving that extra 10%, they’re working that bit harder to get back from injury quicker. It’s the latter that’s relevant in Alexis Sanchez’s case right now.
According to the usually reliable Simon Stone, the Chile international is expected back in training this coming Wednesday – after picking up an injury in the Reading game last weekend.
United’s #7 actually looked pretty good in the two games that he has played in under Solskjaer, and you can tell that he’s ready to finally show the Old Trafford crowd just how good he can be.
Hopefully, the problems are now all behind him and we’ll see the Sanchez we knew from his time at Arsenal. If he can get anywhere close to that level, it’ll be like welcoming a new signing into the dressing room and no doubt his ability will come in super handy as we look to track down both Arsenal and Chelsea in the race to finish in the top four.