Manchester United Football Club made a huge transfer move just under a year ago, when Jose Mourinho somehow managed to snatch Alexis Sanchez from right under Manchester City’s noses; and lure him to Old Trafford.
However, since then, things have gone massively downhill for the Red Devils. Now, according to the Daily Mirror, the ex-Arsenal man already wants to leave United – less than twelve months since his arrival…
Apparently, the 29-year-old is raging with his manager after being snubbed from the starting line-up against Young Boys. In fact, Sanchez didn’t even make the substitutes bench, so you can certainly understand his frustration.
That has strengthened Sanchez’s desire to leave United as soon as possible, with the #7 having his heart set on a move to France giants, Paris Saint-Germain.
Sometimes, transfers just don’t work out. Although it’d mean the club would have to swallow their pride, United should let Sanchez leave in the January transfer window and move on from him. Yes, we’d have all liked for it to succeed and go swimmingly well, but that just hasn’t happened. Let him go, give the game-time to Marcus Rashford, plus, United would get his huge wages off their books. Everyone is a winner.