The Chile star is right now bearing the most exceedingly bad time of his vocation and was even let well enough alone for the squad by Jose Mourinho at the end of the week after the United supervisor died down to calls for him to be dropped from supporters.
Sanchez was additionally snared with a fourth of the game still left to play amid Tuesday’s Champions League draw with Valencia and appears to be a shell of the player that lit up the Premier League with Arsenal.
Be that as it may, the 29-year-old isn’t the main player as of late to have battled at United in the wake of being given the No 7 shirt.
Five players have wore the notorious shirt since Cristiano Ronaldo left United for Real Madrid in 2009 and every one of them have neglected to hit the statures of their antecedents.
And in addition Ronaldo, the shirt has undertones with United legends, for example, George Best, Eric Cantona and David Beckham, which naturally brings another match of weight.
Sanchez is the most recent player attempting to adapt to that weight, however the four players to wear the shirt before him didn’t toll any better.
Michael Owen, Antonio Valencia, Angel Di Maria and Memphis Depay all neglected to make the No 7 their very own at United.
Between them all – including Sanchez – the five players have just scored 13 Premier League goals in a joined 138 match wearing the shirt.
While Ronaldo – who initially dismissed the No 7 when he joined United in 2003 – got 68 times amid the six years he wore the shirt at Old Trafford.
Considering Depay and Di Maria have since proceeded to sparkle in France and given the shape Sanchez has demonstrated this season – and for sure since he moved to the club from Arsenal in January – there may simply be a case for the No 7 revile.