Manchester United Star Lands Huge Blow On Jose Mourinho

Ruben Hill
August 9, 2018

"It looked like I was saying something absolutely out of order, something insane, I repeat: Pre-season hard when you don't have your players to work, that's as simple as that". "But it's the club's decision".

While disappointed by a lack of movement, Sanchez is happy to have been joined by fellow South American Fred. The 25-year-old signed from Shakhtar Donetsk in a deal worth around £50 million and joined up with United for part of their preseason tour of the USA after a post-World Cup break.

Manchester United and Leicester City will step out on the Old Trafford turf for the opening round of the 2018/19 Premier League season, slightly burdened by the success of the England national football team in the previous summer's World Cup.

"The truth is that [Fred] impressed me a lot in his first game", Sanchez said.

Sanchez signed for United in January, and has so far struggled to replicate the goals and attacking threat he consistently displayed during his three-and-a-half years at Arsenal. "They proved to us that they were probably our bogey team last season where they beat us a number of times".

As per one of the latest reports by The Telegraph, Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United teammates that he is desirous to leave the Old Trafford.

He went on to say: "Today I am more comfortable". I also have to.

"It's [improving] positively, it goes better".

The Portuguese coach said on Sunday his team could face a "difficult" season if there are no new arrivals before the 5 p.m. deadline on Thursday.

When asked where on the pitch he feels most comfortable, Sanchez added: "Close to the goal to score".

"It's going to be a lot different to last season as well because teams are strengthening and trying to keep up the pace with us, but it's a pat on the back for us and it's a compliment that people are going out and spending the money that they're spending to try and compete with us".

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