Alexis Sanchez's Manchester United vocation has been a bad dream.

The Chilean, who hasn't played since March 2 attributable to knee damage, has scored only five objectives in 41 appearances following his landing from Arsenal in January 2018.

His wages - Sanchez is United's most astounding worker, gathering £391,000-per-week - just serve to make his absence of commitment significantly all the more disappointing.

The 30-year-old is back sound and could even have an impact in helping Man United recoup from a shortage in their Champions League tie against Barcelona one week from now.

"He's without damage however not certain 100 percent for [the West Ham diversion on Saturday]. Perhaps he's almost certain for the Barcelona amusement," Ole Gunnar Solskjaer affirmed on Friday, per the Evening Standard.

Sanchez has tumbled down the pecking request at Old Trafford and is relied upon to be a piece of discount changes at the club in the mid year.

There will be approaches and outgoings, and the Chile global is required to be en route.


As indicated by the Mirror, Sanchez is one of up to six players who will leave toward the finish of the period.

The others are Ander Herrera, Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo.

Finding a club willing to take on Sanchez's wages could demonstrate troublesome yet Paris Saint-Germain promptly springs to mind when considering potential goals.

There's additionally the topic of whether Sanchez can ever come back to the player he used to be.

Herrera is required to join PSG while Solskjaer affirmed on Friday that Valencia will leave after 10 seasons at United.

"We'll see who's here for next season and I have a few players in my mind that could be skipper," Solskjaer stated, per the Metro.

Concerning approaches, the Evening Standard trust United could get upwards of five new players, with a right-back, focus back, two midfielders and a correct winger on their list of things to get.

Kalidou Koulibaly, Idrissa Gueye, Declan Rice, Saul Niguez and Bruno Fernandes have all been connected.