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Sánchez tops Man Utd's transfer list

Alexis Sánchez tops Manchester United's six-player transfer list

April 13, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged team execs to boost the team by adding more talent to key spots in the lineup.

Manchester United will sleep tightly above Arsenal in their quest to land a top-four spot by the end of the season, but that doesn't mean that all of their players will be able to get a good night's sleep today.

Prior to the 2-1 win against West Ham, Manchester United's transfer list has made quite a few headlines around the world, with one big name right on top of it: Alexis Sánchez.

The Chilean, who has been far from a success at Old Trafford, will surely leave the club in search for other employment opportunities. He will be joined by several players who will see the end of their contracts at Manchester United, but the Chilean's transfer seems to be a lock due to his poor performances and constant injuries.

With the team's 1-0 loss against Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has urged his employers to boost their squad to recover their domestic and international pedigree, and signing players will evidently force them to transfer some others away from Old Trafford.

Added to Sánchez, the first names on the transfer list will be Ander Herrera and Juan Mata. The Spanish duo is set to leave Old Trafford on free transfers, since their contract comes to an end. Herrera has been linked to PSG, while Mata has been named as a transfer target for Barcelona. 

The next names on the list are those of Antonio Valencia, who is set to conclude his Premier League adventure, Matteo Darmian, who seems keen on joining a Serie A side, and Marcos Rojo, who will also leave on a free transfer after having to endure a string of injuries.

Be that as it may, it seems that the upcoming transfer window will be a busy one at Old Trafford, especially if Paul Pogba's name is added to that transfer list. 

 

 


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