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Man United make big, final decision on Alexis Sanchez



Alexis Sanchez

There are reports that Man United have decided not to lose faith in Chile international Alexis Sanchez and will keep him at the club ahead of the coming season.

Alexis Sanchez joined the Old Trafford from the North London outfit Arsenal in a swap deal which ensured the coming of Henrikh Mkhitaryan to the opposite direction but has not been the same player he was known for at the Emirates Stadium.

The former Arsenal and Barcelona star has failed to impress his team at the Old Trafford. It was earlier believed that he was being affected by the defensive style of play by former manager Jose Mourinho but it has now proven to be incorrect as his performance is unchanged under an attack-minded interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

It was earlier suggested that the Red Devils are tired of paying a huge £400,000-a-week wage to the Chile star as he has not been able to justify the money but with the latest report, he would remain, as they hope he will regain his lost form.

The report claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been named as the Red Devils permanent manager is sceptical about the ability of Alexis Sanchez to find his form but his thought has been overruled by the club’s chiefs.