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HomeEPL English Premier LeagueOle Gunnar Solskjaer to soon announced Alexis Sánchez future at Old Trafford

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to soon announced Alexis Sánchez future at Old Trafford

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to soon announced Alexis Sánchez future at Old Trafford

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has announced that club officials will before long be debating whether Alexis Sánchez will have a future loaned out at Old Trafford, as Manchester United manager plans to transfer his side from the renovation task to the contestants for next season.

The Chilean was transported out to Inter this season to attempt to reconstruct his reputation after an abysmal spell at United.

Sanchez managed only nine Series An appearances before football was deferred, be that as it may, with wounds confining him to only two starts and one goal.

In the ebb and flow financial condition, having a club ready to pay the huge wages for Sánchez next season appears to be exceptionally troublesome, leaving United with a choice to make on the player ‘s future.

Solskjaer, who had recently talked about his happiness with some ‘bad apples’ last summer, admitted that United is always searching for ways to improve the squad, yet it will be necessary to conclude whether to welcome Sánchez back in the overlap.

The previous striker at that point continued to compare Sanchez to a love seat, in comparison with United’s team management.

“There’s a place for good players and great individuals in this condition, obviously. How about we see where we get to after the season because we feel that this squad is energizing. Perhaps it will be a pleasant chair or a decent sofa when you decorate your lounge, yet it doesn’t go with its remainder. We are concentrating on completing the league this season for us to consider major distinctions. At the point when this season is done, we have to figure out what the following one will resemble,” said Solskjaer via The Mirror.

Solskjaer added that he feels that his squad is moving the correct way yet cautioned the team not to prepare for the future however to start winning.

He proceeded: “Indeed, at this club, we were creating a youthful, energizing, hopeful team because that’s what our fans want to see,” he said. “We want to see it, as coaches, too. The laborers here have both the Man United DNA in us and the players-and this squad is gradually resembling a United side.

“In any case, this is the ideal opportunity to start to get results. For the duration of the day we can talk about potential-we also need results. In any case, I feel extremely motivated by the indications of the team and you can see the potential of this network since you have everyone pretty much fit to come to work and to practice each day. Obviously, it’s important to have great players playing together yet I won’t get on board with any bandwagon. We have to begin and accelerate straight away to raise the team performance to an acceptable level rapidly.”