Manchester United have to strengthen their team in the winter transfer window and they must also let go players, who are not needed or want to leave the club.
According to El Gol Digital, Alexis Sanchez is determined to secure a move away from Old Trafford and the likes of Valencia and Atletico Madrid are interested in luring him.
In January 2018, the Red Devils splashed the cash to sign Sanchez from Arsenal. At the Emirates, the Chilean international was an absolute superstar, so, United opted to make him their highest paid player. Now, they should be regretting the decision.
The 30-year-old playmaker earns £350,000-a-week (The Daily Star) i.e. around £18.2million annually and almost a year after moving to Old Trafford, he has never performed at the optimum level for the club.
For now, in the attacking third, the likes of Lingard, Martial and Rashford have been brilliant in recent weeks and the club have not missed Sanchez at all.
If the South American attacker is really looking to leave United in the winter transfer window then the club should sell him immediately. Not sure whether the likes of Valencia and Atletico Madrid can afford his high wages. Nevertheless, United must sell him to the highest bidder.
His current contract would expire in 2022 so, Woodward could get a decent amount of cash from his sale, which could be re-invested this month to reinforce the squad.
In your view, should United keep Sanchez or let him go?