Sky Sports reporter Mark McAdam believes Alexis Sanchez should part ways with Manchester United following a torrid 18-month spell with the club. The Chile international made the switch from Arsenal with much promise in January 2018, but he has since struggled to make an impression with just five goals scored from 45 games for the Red Devils.
Speaking on Sky Sports, McAdam said that he sympathises with the former Arsenal man, who has simply failed to settle with the Mancunian giants. He added that the Chilean has the qualities of a good player and he can prove his worth by making the switch to another outfit, he told: “I feel sorry for him because I don’t want to see a footballer – particularly someone as talented as Alexis Sanchez – fail on the biggest stage.
England international Ashley Young believes Manchester United are well equipped to win the Champions League after making the knockout stage of the elite competition for the first time since the 2013/14 season. The Red Devils face-off against Sevilla in a two-legged round of 16 tie between February and March.
In an interview covered by Sky Sports, Young remains optimistic about the club’s chances of repeating their Champions League feat from 1999 and 2008, he said: “Of course (we can win the Champions League). You don’t enter a competition not to win it. That’s what we will be looking to do and take each game as it comes. The next one is against Sevilla. That’s a tough away game like Huddersfield, like Newcastle away. That’s what the stadium is like. We just have to concentrate on ourselves.”