- Alexis Sanchez is linked with a return to Arsenal in January from Manchester United
- The Chilean forward left the Emirates for Old Trafford in the winter transfer window in 2018
- Sanchez has struggled for form since joining the Jose Mourinho-tutored side
Manchester United Alexis Sanchez is tipped to return to former club Arsenal in the forthcoming winter transfer window.
According to a UK Sun report, bookies claim the Chilean forward at 9/1 is expected to leave Old Trafford for the Emirates in January 2019, after he was cautioned by club boss Jose Mourinho.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager has also informed Sanchez, he might never play for the Red Devils again until he changes his way of life.
A further breakdown showed that French champions, Paris Saint-Germain are favourites to sign the forward at 11/4, ahead of the pair of Barcelona (7/2) and Real Madrid (6/1).
The Chilean forward has been struggling for form since moving to Old Trafford but he is likely to be sent packing as soon as the 2018-19 winter transfer commence.
Arsenal are rated 9/1 to bring back Sanchez who only left in a swap deal for United's Henrikh Mkhitaryan in January.
“With reports that Mourinho won’t play Sanchez until his attitude improves, rumours are rife that the Chilean will be on the move in the next transfer window.
"After a four year stint in England we think he might have had enough and we have PSG as the 11/4 favourite for his next club, followed by a return to Barcelona at 7/2.
"Real Madrid could also be an option at odds of 6/1, while we have it at 9/1 that he’ll head back down the motorway to London and to his old club Arsenal and be there come February 1st,” Betfair Spokesperson Katie Bayliswas quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is keen on offloading Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez as soon as the Red Devils find a suitor for the misfiring striker.
According to a UK Daily Star report, despite pocketing about £500,000 weekly, Sanchez has failed to score for the Old Trafford dwellers after making five appearances in the new season.
The 29-year-old, who made the trip to London with Manchester United teammates, was not considered good as he was left out of the club’s 18-man squad that lost at West Ham on Saturday.
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