Manchester United demonstrate how desperate they are to loan out Alexis Sanchez


The Italian outfit have been exploring the possibility of signing the Chile international on a temporary basis, but his potential £500,000-a-week pay packet has proven to be a stumbling block. However, United are so desperate to get rid of Sanchez that they are willing to pay a large chunk of his salary.  Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has decided that he does not want the former Arsenal forward involved with United’s first-team squad this season. And the Norwegian is even willing to banish Sanchez to the reserves if he refuses a move away. United will be looking to build on their 4-0 thrashing of Chelsea on the opening weekend when they travel to Wolves on Monday. READ MORE The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack Ranked! The 9 best summer signings in the Premier League 6 successful managerial stints that started with defeat Alexis Sanchez could still leave Manchester United for this European club There’s a club prepared to take Alexis Sanchez off Manchester United’s hands – but only if he takes a pay cut Italian giants target Alexis Sanchez – on one condition Manchester United’s Alexis Sanchez offered to Italian giants – report Tottenham concerned about losing Toby Alderweireld for nothing – so will welcome offers Tottenham do not need trophies to be deemed successful, says Ledley King What Celtic’s Champions League exit means for the club Mo Salah plays keepy-uppy with young amputee footballers Mario Balotelli looks close to joining new club – and it’s not one you’d expect Neymar has chosen his preferred destination between Barcelona and Real Madrid – but it’s not that simple Jurgen Klopp decided to take a massive gamble in the transfer window – here’s why Juventus have made contact with Christian Eriksen – but there’s some good news for Tottenham 7 players who were persistently linked with Premier League moves… but never came The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack

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