Manchester United and PSG to enter deal for Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Sanchez: Manchester United and PSG to enter deal

Manchester United are looking at selling Alexis Sanchez to Paris St Germain, PSG, in next summer’s transfer window. The 29-year old Chilean has struggled to keep form since joing United from Arsenal in the January transfer window.

It is also reported that he may have fallen out with manager Jose Mourinho who has dropped him on a number of occasions.

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Sanchez was eyed by the Ligue 1 champions last year, but he decided to join the Red Devils from Arsenal instead.

He currently earns a staggering £505,000-a-week which makes him the highest paid earner in the Manchester United squad.

The French giants are expected to lose one of Neymar or Kylian Mbappe next summer, and would need a superstar replacement.

An Old Trafford source said: “There has been some whispers that PSG want to take Alexis off of the club next summer.

“It’s no secret he has struggled and not lived up to the expectations. He isn’t getting any younger and it might never work for him.

“There was interest before the club signed him but he preferred staying in England at the time. That may have changed now.

“One of their top stars could go and it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that a deal could be struck between the two clubs.”

Alexis Sanchez has been out-of-sorts at Manchester United, scoring just three times in 19 Premier League appearances.

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He moved from Arsenal last summer as part of a deal which took Henrikh Mkhitaryan to the Emirates.

Alexis Sanchez: Manchester United and PSG to enter deal

Alexis Sanchez: Manchester United and PSG to enter deal

Alexis Sanchez: Manchester United and PSG to enter deal

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