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Friday, January 4, 2019

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'victim' Alexis Sanchez wanted by TWO La Liga teams

The Chile striker is reportedly desperate to reignite his career away from Old Trafford, despite United's recent upturn in fortunes.

The Red Devils have won four consecutive games since appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Jose Mourinho's successor.

But Sanchez was forced to deny a report that he made a bet with team-mate Marcos Rojo about the 'Special One's' December sacking.

The former Arsenal star missed seven Premier League games with a hamstring injury last month, and his starting role is now far from certain.

Solskjaer sees Marcus Rashford as his primary striker with Anthony Martial occupying the left wing position.

Sanchez came off the bench in a cameo appearance to provide an assist for Rashford in the recent 2-0 win at Newcastle.

But according to Spanish publication El Gol Digital, the 30-year-old is 'determined to leave Manchester United immediately.'

The report states that in the revolution carried out by Solskjaer, Sanchez is one 'victim' who has 'disappeared from the team.'

Valencia and Atletico Madrid are named as the two La Liga sides who have expressed an interest in rescuing the former Barcelona star.

Despite Sanchez's extortionate wages, believed to be around £300,000-per-week plus bonuses, there is also interest from Italy.

Mourinho negotiated the forward's move to Old Trafford this time last year, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan heading to Arsenal in a swap deal.

Solskjaer's revolution could also spell the end of Marouane Fellaini's Manchester United career.

According to Turkish outlet Takvim, Fellaini has been offered a 3.5-year contract by Fenerbahce worth £12.7m.

The SuperLig outfit are currently waiting on a response from the Belgium international’s entourage.

The report claims that United are demanding a transfer fee of £7.25m for the 31-year-year-old.

Fellaini has seen just three minutes of Premier League action since Mourinho was sacked just prior to Christmas.

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