(Video) £350,000-a-week winger Sanchez linked with Manchester United deal this summer, and rightly so!

Former Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez has been linked with a move away from Manchester United this summer, and rightly so.

Since his move from Arsenal just over 18 months ago, Sanchez has looked nothing like the player that caused havoc to opposing defences during his stay at the Emirates, and there has even been some talk that he could be sold this summer.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to raise some funds and make some space in his squad for incoming arrivals, and getting the £350,000-a-week off the wage bill, will go along way to balancing the books at Old Trafford.

There has been some talk in the media that he could seek a lucrative move to the MLS or China, and there has also been some links in the media suggesting that he could be heading to Italian football this summer, with a number of clubs interested in a deal

But United should be looking to cash in on the Chilean star as he has not performed enough since his move to Old Trafford, with may believing that he has simply failed to live upto all the expectations that Jose Mourinho had when he acquired his services.

Here is an update on the future of Sanchez, and why he should be sold this summer.


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Surely Sanchez will be one of a number of players that will be given the boot during the summer window as he ha snot produced the good enough to warrant the kind of money that United are paying to keep hold of him.

United should accept the best offer is one arrives this transfer window

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