Solskjaer persuades Sanchez to join Roma or risk joining the reserve team.

Solskjaer persuades Sanchez to leave or risk joining the reserve team.
Solskjaer persuades Sanchez to leave or risk joining the reserve team.

Man United have given Alexis Sanchez an option to leave or join the reserve team amid Roma interest in signing the Chile striker.

Alexis Sanchez has been a thorn on Man United skin, considering that he eats up larger amount of wages and does little contribution to the club.

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Solskjaer has decided to take the bull by the horn and has asked Alexis to join Roma or risk been moved to the reserve team.

Man United are looking for ways to cut the excessive wages incurred by the team and starting on Alexis is a good lead. The 30-year-old is heavily linked to joining AS Roma but the Italian side are just scared of his large wage demands.

Earning a whooping £500,000 per week and doing nothing is just so bad for business and Roma appears to be the only suitors to ask after the striker.

According to Dailymail, the Red Devils’ desperation to get the Chilean out has prompted them into willing to pay a larger percentage of Sanchez wage bills so as to lure many European suitors.

Having scored just one goal in the 16 matches he has featured under Ole Solskjaer, little future hope at United are seen in Sanchez.

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A recent clash with Mason Greenwood during their trainings, just deteriorated the chances of Sanchez staying in the club. Considering that Greenwood is a young fellow Solskjaer believes so much in.

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It’s believed that Sanchez staying back at Old Trafford would have him feature just in few cup games.

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