Manchester United's Alexis Sánchez Drove Into Carrington Playing One Song
Alexis Sanchez brilliantly played Hans Zimmer's - 'Now We Are Free' whilst driving into Manchester United's training complex, this morning.
Of course, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now in charge of United on a caretaker basis following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
And Sanchez has vehemently denied a claim about a bet he placed with Marcos Rojo by taking to social media.
It was suggested Rojo owed Sanchez £20,000 after Mourinho's sacking.
"Jose gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world," he wrote on Twitter.
"I only have gratitude for him. We are a truly United team."
"I can't wait to help the team," he added.
This is FALSE!!!. José gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world and I only have gratitude for him. We are a truly United team. We are MANCHESTER UNITED. Respect. I can't wait to help the team !. Good luck tomorrow family! pic.twitter.com/9uhXqd5iEU- Alexis Sánchez (@Alexis_Sanchez) December 21, 2018
Mourinho brought Sánchez to Old Trafford as part of a swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
The Red Devils star has failed to replicate his form from his Arsenal days, but he could kick-start his career under new caretaker manager.
The 45-year-old Norwegian has had his first press conference in his new role and United fans would have loved every minute of it.
"These are quality players," he said. "You play without fear, with courage. You go out there and express your skills. Take risks. I want the players to be the kids that love to play football and go out in front of the best fans in the world.
"That period at Cardiff [City] was a huge step for me. I made a few mistakes, but If you don't make mistakes, you're not going to learn.
"When you're at Manchester United, there are a set of demands and one is to be a team player and I don't think anyone has been on the bench more than me. That's my comeback to players, you might come on make an impact.
"He's [Sir Alex Ferguson] influenced me with everything. I've already been in touch with him, there's no-one to get better advice from."
United resume their league campaign this afternoon against Solskjaer's former side, Cardiff City.