The former Manchester United midfielder was speaking about Alexis Sanchez’s expected arrival at Old Trafford.When the Chilean links up with his new team-mates, following official confirmation of the transfer, it may push Martial further down the pecking order.The France international has struggled to have a consistent run in the team and could suffer from Sanchez joining his side.So Strachan thinks the attacker will have to think about a move away from the club, unless he can add a vital part...
That is according to football finance expert Professor Simon Chadwick, who believes United chief Ed Woodward sees Sanchez’s value in trophies, not commercial revenue.Sanchez has become the most high-profile transfer saga of the January window - more so even than Philippe Coutinho’s switch from Liverpool to Barcelona.Manchester United could complete the transfer today, with Sanchez set to have a medical.A £500,000-a-week contract has been agreed for the Chilean, with some calculations valuing...
Sanchez looks set to complete a £35million switch in the coming days but he has come under scrutiny for originally wanting to move to Manchester City.The Blues pulled out of the deal once Man Utd joined the race for his signature.Former Arsenal player Martin Keown wrote in his Daily Mail column: “Sanchez has got to be the biggest mercenary in football.”However, that has sparked backlash from Jenas who thinks that there should not be a problem with the Chilean joining Jose Mourinho’s side.The...
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