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01 Mar 2019 18:04:01
Im sure sanchez has a contrast left with somewhere in the region of 70m or so.
In a situation like he is in. Obviously unhappy not only in his football but also his demeanour.
Knowing a good move will likely help him find happiness too do you think he would look for less than his full contact to be paid up in order to help facilitate a move.
For example could he settle for a 20m pay off to cancel his contract.?
Secondly what do you think the clubs position is or in your opinion should be?

{Ed002's Note - (1) Why would he do that? (2) The club are stuck with a difficult situation.}

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01 Mar 2019 19:59:37
Why ed? I think if he is unhappy he will put some price on his move. No point having lot of money and being unhappy. He could i'm sure get a 10m a year contract as a free agent with 20m pay off its bot a bad spot to be in if your happier.

{Ed002's Note - So why would he give up £50M or whatever the figure is?}

01 Mar 2019 20:47:22
Who says he is unhappy? Maybe he is resigned to the fact he is a shadow of the player he once but is still one of the highest paid players in the world.

The club deserve to be saddled with this ridiculous contract they gave for a player they didn't need to spite a rival club.

No other european club is naive enough to help us out of this hole we dug for ourselves.

01 Mar 2019 20:36:34
Maybe he wants to play, but the club are stuck with it and Woody needs to accept responsibility for that. It’s no like we can simply not play him as that gives him freedom to move as well, all in all a terrible terrible deal.

01 Mar 2019 20:37:14
Personally if i could be enjoying my football and getting some real personal fulfilment and earning x million plus my pay off as opposed to earning twice that and being unhappy in my surroundings and in my career.
I suppose he might hold out for a contract elsewhere and for united to supplement the difference in those contracts. So effectively the better contract he gets elseehere the more saving for united.
As you say the club are in a difficult position.
I can't imagine too many of the highest paying clubs are jumping up to sign him.

01 Mar 2019 23:04:34
I'd play for man united for diesel money⚽,
That stupid amounts of money has football ruined, will they ever cap players wages,
For every player start off on 10,000 and go up every year you start at a club, and if a player isn't happy with that he shouldn't be playing.

02 Mar 2019 00:31:03
If we cannot sell him on because of his wage demands, maybe a loan for a season or 2 with the club loaning him from us paying a certain amount of his wages would be good for everyone. Technically we would lower our wage bill somewhat from this and maybe Sanchez can rediscover his best form playing abroad.

02 Mar 2019 02:27:14
Ed002. Could you explain the situation with sanchez contract please. Eg if a club came in with an offer would it nullify his current contract? Or would utd have to fulfill his current contract and take some return on any transfer fee? Sorry if this has been discussed previously.

{Ed002's Note - If he were sold it would mean he would have a new contract with another club and therefore he would not have a contract with Manchester United.}

02 Mar 2019 07:57:16
Maybe as he has been a top player for a number of years he has confidence in himself to turn it round .
Team look to be going in the right direction he maybe wants to be a part of it and backs himself to get back to a good level?

02 Mar 2019 08:19:39
Jred, I’m sure he does but I’ve seen nothing to suggest he can. It’s not just that he isn’t putting in stellar performances, he seems unable to make simple passes. It’s probably a mental thing but overcoming it is proving a challenge. Right now, I don’t see how he gets in the team as there are 4 players ahead of him.

02 Mar 2019 09:48:13
Im not sure he will either but if the question is " why doesn't he move " i think the answer might be he has confidence in himself to turn it round .
If he does or not, well that's a different matter.

02 Mar 2019 10:10:13
Jred it may also be the fact he's on a bumper contract that no one would even pay a quater of elsewhere.

02 Mar 2019 10:37:22
Its prob a bit of both.



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