- Alexis Sanchez has made ridiculous figures since his winter move from Arsenal to Man United
- The 31-year-old has played just 45 matches and scored five goals in over 18 months at Old Trafford
- Sanchez missed United's opening season demolition of Chelsea in the new Premier League season
Alexis Sanchez joined Manchester United from Arsenal in the January 2018 transfer window and much has been expected of him.
But the Chile international has failed to live up with the billing and has been one of the worst high-profile transfer in recent memory.
The 31-year-old has made just 45 appearances, scoring five goals in over 18 months since moving to the Theatre of Dreams.
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And he has been massively rewarded with over £41million in the bank for his disappointing statistics at Old Trafford.
Sanchez currently earns £505,000-per-week in wages which has seen him break the £41m mark in one-and-half years.
The former Barcelona star cost the Red Devils £8.2m per goal and its has not been a good return of investment for United.
He has been kept on the sidelines due to various injuries, and the striker has also missed 20 of the club's fixtures.
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Sanchez has made so much money doing so little on the pitch and it is understood that his wages has had a negative effect in the dressing room.
Spanish goalkeeper and United number one, David de Gea has been demanding a huge new contract to stay at Old Trafford, while other players are trying to cash-in too.
Paulo Dybala's sensational move to United in the final week of the summer transfer window was turned down because of the Argentine's excessive wage demands.
But United's new transfer policy is said to be moving away from buying big-name superstars and an emphasis will be on youth thirsty of success.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Alexis Sanchez has been favoured to complete a loan move to Serie A outfit, Roma as reports claim Manchester United are already in talks with the Italian club.
The 30-year-old's future remains unclear despite boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stating he expects Sanchez to stay at Old Trafford.
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