Published: Fri, August 16, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Solskjaer nails media over Manchester United attacker Sanchez

Solskjaer nails media over Manchester United attacker Sanchez

If the national team are waiting for Sanchez to succeed at Manchester United, we wonder how long that patience will last.

But any deal for the player would require United to subsidise a large part of Sanchez's salary and it would, most likely, be a loan move with a view to a permanent move. "It is these stories he's been put in the reserves, of course he hasn't".

Speaking at his morning press conference, Solskjaer said Sanchez is firmly part of his plans and wants to be part of the Manchester United team.

But Sanchez has failed to get anywhere near the heights scaled at the Emirates Stadium, mustering just two goals in a miserable, injury-disrupted campaign.

United have reportedly attempted to find a buyer for the Chile worldwide, who arrived at Old Trafford amid much fanfare 18 months ago.

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"We don't have the biggest forward line in numbers, so Alexis might end up playing a lot more games than you expect", the Norwegian, 46, said.

Sanchez, 30, who has scored just three goals in 32 United games, has just returned to training after an extended lay-off because of his involvement in the Copa America and is keen to leave in search of regular football.

Fitness on the whole has vastly improved, though, and the pre-season work was evident in the 4-0 thrashing of Chelsea last weekend. "Last season you could see the signs that he wasn't happy, that he wanted to leave", Ince told Paddy Power.

"There is a big shift in the teams, Chelsea outran us quite a lot in April, now we've outran them, so that's a good shift for us. He has had three weeks now, he is a few weeks behind the rest but close to being ready". 'We've had a behind closed doors game.

While Solskjaer has said that he expects Sanchez to remain with the club this season, the player is believed to be keen on an exit if he can not be guaranteed regular first-team football. He'll be gradually integrated into more and more playing time but we'll have more behind closed-doors games because with one game a week now it's hard to keep everyone ticking. "We are arranging a few of them".

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