According to a report from Chilean newspaper La Cuarta via Sport Witness, Man City have reignited their interest in Man United flop Alexis Sanchez and have returned to ‘make contact‘ with the players representatives over a potential move – resulting in plenty of Sky Blues blasting the ‘BTEC Ferran Torres’.
Sanchez, who was heavily linked with a move to the Etihad Stadium before opting for United instead, going on put in a noteworthy display during their 3-2 derby victory in 2018, is now reportedly at the centre of City’s interest again as we look to strengthen ahead of 2020/2021.
Would you like City to sign Alexis Sanchez?
Yes, why not, worked with Tevez!
No, absolute flop
The Chile international, currently on loan at Inter Milan, could leave Old Trafford this summer for just €19.2 million (£17.3 million), but these City supporters still aren’t to keen on a swoop for the attacker.
Whether or not United are open over selling to one of their most fierce rivals, akin to Carlos Tevez in 2009, it’c clear that many Sky Blues hope they don’t.
Find all of their best comments down below.
Txiki must be fired if this is true.
— Ronald Lirumo (@ronaldlirumo) July 20, 2020
if pep thinks he can make something of this btec ferran torres then i back it and plus we are getting him for 50-60 mil cheaper than we would have
— Cain Smith (@citysince2008) July 20, 2020
His wages were the problem the last and nothing has changed apart from his ability has gone in the wrong direction. And he’s not gotten any younger since then.
— Abhishek24 (@AbhishekSpace24) July 20, 2020
I really hope this is not true. Big mistake.
— Alan (@Alan72692116) July 20, 2020
This is the worst story I’ve ever heard never will happen
— mackenzie (@KillerKun172) July 20, 2020
Sanchez Is a no for me… plagued with injuries…. he’s over 30…… Big NO NO
— Berlin🇳🇬🇳🇬✊ (@kingdonyv) July 20, 2020
We don’t need Sanchez
— Theonlymanoto♉️ (@theonlymanoto) July 20, 2020
— Sheikh Mansour & Khaldoon Al Mubarak 🍥 (@MCFC_Ajanaku) July 20, 2020
— Carabao cup merchants 🏆 (@dailyy_mcfcc) July 20, 2020