Alexis Sanchez 'Complained About His Legs Getting Cold Because Of A Fridge'
Alexis Sanchez appears to be incredibly frustrated over how his dream move to Manchester United has panned out and there a whole host of reasons as to why he wants out.
But a pretty bizarre story from has emerged from fanzine United We Stand saying that the Chilean complained to members of staff because his legs were getting cold from the fridge that is near his spot in the dressing room.
Pathetic really, isn't it? But it just sums up Sanchez's time at United, where he's made 28 appearances and scored just four times.
And the Premier League's highest-paid player could well be on the move again in January judging by recent reports.
Alexis Sanchez wants to leave Manchester United. Becoming disenchanted with Jose Mourinho's management methods, still not over a break up with his girlfriend, Sanchez looking towards the glitz of PSG.- Mootaz Chehade (@MHChehade) November 9, 2018
The Times claim he doesn't get on with his team-mates, and cuts an isolated figure at the Carrington training ground.
He has also been badly affected by a break-up with former partner Mayte Rodriguez.
The report goes on to state that he doesn't like Mourinho's management style, something that has been criticised by many in recent months.
EXCLUSIVE: He doesn't get on with his team-mates, has been badly affected by a break-up and doesn't like Mourinho's management style. Alexis Sánchez wants to leave Manchester United for PSG - @hirstclass has the details #MUFC https://t.co/VarkAfI1YK- Times Sport (@TimesSport) November 9, 2018
On top of that, Sanchez is so disillusioned with life at United that he has asked agent Fernando Felicevich to try and get him a move in the January transfer window.
It is believed that PSG have already held talks with agent Felicevich, who are prepared to make a bid in the January window.
Sanchez has been in and out of Mourinho's first team plans for the majority of the season - only managing to find the net once when he came on and scored the winner in a 3-2 victory against Newcastle, last month.
Will the Chilean turn things around at United or is the end of a nightmare spell near?