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Alexis Sanchez has been criticised for a recent social media post relating to his clothing range, following Manchester United's shock defeat to Brighton over the weekend.
In their second Premier League encounter of the season, the Red Devils lost 3-2 to the Seagulls at the Amex. It's fair to say, Man Utd fans are not happy and there have been calls to have Jose Mourinho sacked from the club. The Portuguese boss just does not seem work well during his third season at clubs.
For the purpose of INFORMATION.- OlaWale Agbede (@TheWaleAgbede) August 20, 2018
At City, Pep has spent €599.69m on 22 players. That's an average of €27.3m per player.
At United, Jose has spent €432.1m on 9 players. An average of €48m. This is excluding Sanchez (Swap) & Ibra (Free).
Chile international Sanchez was the star man during his time at Arsenal. He wanted the move to Manchester and eventually transferred to Old Trafford last January.
It's not been a great first six months at the side, but things picked up over the pre-season. Sanchez's performances started to vastly improve.
He wasn't in his best form against Leicester City and it was still surprising to see him left out of the match-day squad to face Brighton, with reports suggesting that he was unable to play because of a knock.
Even still, after the poor defeat, Sanchez should've thought twice about posting a video advertising his new clothing range.
Alexis Sanchez tweets out new clothes line- Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) August 20, 2018
Alexis Sanchez deletes tweet after United fans criticise the timing
Man Utd supporters were enraged and so Sanchez took it down.
His timing has been pretty poor since he joined.- a1916147 (@a1916147) August 20, 2018
We signed a model for 500K a week.- :star:POGBA:star: (@PogbalR_) August 20, 2018
After the weekend's game, Jose Mourinho said: He said of Sanchez's injury: "I don't know really. Let's wait for the results of the studies, but I don't think it's a big thing. I think it will be one or two weeks maximum."
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