Advert

Latest

8 minutes ago
Advert
23 minutes ago
Advert

Most Popular

16 hours ago
Advert

"It Has Been A Traumatic, Very Tortuous Year" But Chile Boss Backs Alexis Sanchez To Bounce Back

"It Has Been A Traumatic, Very Tortuous Year" But Chile Boss Backs Alexis Sanchez To Bounce Back

Alexis Sanchez will come back from a 'traumatic' year and the forward has more to show 'at the top level,' according to his national team manager.

The Chile forward was considered one the best forwards in the world not that long ago but his form since leaving Arsenal for Manchester United, and slightly before that, had made him into a near laughing stock.

Sanchez moved on loan to Inter for this season but injury has halted any progress to get back to his best, however Chile manager Reinaldo Rueda thinks that the former Barcelona forward will get back to his best after a 'tortuous' time.

"It has been a traumatic, very tortuous year for him. Ever since his departure from Arsenal and his first year at Manchester United," Rueda told Spanish outlet SPORT.

Advert

"He came to the Copa America in Brazil and then had that bad luck with the injury in the friendly against Colombia in Alicante. That loan to Inter was almost thwarted and when he recovered the pandemic came.

"I expect all this to pass quickly because he's a great professional, has a great attitude in training and will maintain a high standing for any club that gives him a chance.

"He's got a lot of football yet to show at the top level."

Advert

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6
Football

Ashley Young Scores Stunning Volley From Alexis Sanchez Cross - 2020 Has Peaked

Sanchez moved to United in January 2018, when the Red Devils beat rivals Manchester City to his signature, with Pep Guardiola waiting to the following summer to get him for nothing, but the move didn't work out.

Alexis Sanchez Explains The Reason He Didn't Like Jose Mourinho
Football

Alexis Sanchez Explains The Reason He Didn't Like Jose Mourinho

published at5 months ago

He scored just two goals in 12 league games before the end of the season and the following season scored only once in 20 games in the Premier League.

With his huge wages the club weren't able to sell him last summer but he did move to Italy on loan to join Inter.

Advert

Whilst the Nerazzurri had an excellent first part of the season and led Serie A for sometime from rivals Juventus, before falling behind the Old Lady and Lazio in recent times, Sanchez wasn't able to contribute much.

The 31-year-old has suffered a couple of injuries and only started two games in the league this season, with seven appearances coming off the bench.

With just one goal in all competitions this season it's unlikely that Antonio Conte's side will try and make his move permanent whenever the transfer window opens.

Can Sanchez rediscover his form for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team or will he go elsewhere? Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Chile, Manchester United, Serie A, Alexis Sanchez, International Football, Premier League, England, Arsenal, Inter, Italy, European Football

Chosen for YouChosen for You

Conor McGregor Says "Big News" Is Coming As He Posts Cryptic Tweet Amid Potential Fight Announcement
published at23 minutes ago

Most Read StoriesMost Read

Football

Man Sets Off Flare In His Bedroom After Winning The League On Football Manager

published at16 hours ago
Krasnodar Players Slammed After Only Four Take Knee In Support Of Black Lives Matter

Ryan Sidle

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.