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Soccer Transfer News - Manchester United


Soccer is the most loved sport in the world and one can say it is the sport that has the most drama as well. The main reason for all the drama that comes with soccer is the transfer news. You can obviously expect for there to be drama when we have players being sold and being bought from one team to another.

Manchester United Transfer News

Alexis Sanchez Leaving?

Hot on the Man United is Alexis Sanchez. Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may be skeptical letting Sanchez go for the coming season. The Chilean has had links with Inter Milan and we can almost foresee a deal in the making. However, it will more likely be a loan than a skeptical deal. According to this website Ole Gunnar notes that Sanchez is a very good player and he would not mind keeping. However he also states that if there is an offer good enough for the club they may have to let him go, but if the offer isn’t that enticing Sanchez will see more days at United.

Sanchez Leaving Could be a Problem...

As much as Sanchez may leave the team, this may be a problem for Ole Gunnar. This is as he is fearful; Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood will be the only strikers left, should Sanchez leave.

Anthony Martial the other striker for United suffered an injury in the match against Crystal Palace recently. This means that the Red Devils will be left with just two strikers. These two will be the only strikers left with Ole Gunnar after the departure of Romelu Lukaku. And as such, the team will do all that it can to make sure that they keep Sanchez within their grasp.

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