Alexis Sanchez resents his time at Man Utd, claims he wanted to quit after first training


The Chilean has hit out at the Old Trafford outfit.

Alexis Sanchez has shockingly revealed his hard times at Manchester United.

Speaking in an Instagram video, Sanchez uttered about the mistreatment from the Red Devils – players, manager and media.

“I ended up signing without much information about what was happening in the move. The first days that I was with my colleagues, sometimes there are things that you do not realise until you arrive.”

“The first training I had I realised many things. I came home and I told my representative: “Can’t the contract be terminated to return to Arsenal?”

The former Arsenal star also spoke about then-manager Jose Mourinho not picking him up in a game against West Ham United. However, Sanchez added that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fulfilled his desire of moving to Inter Milan.

“In a game with West Ham I wasn’t picked. That had never happened to me as a player. It bothered me and I said it couldn’t be possible.”

‘To go from being one of the best in the Premier League to not playing in five months. I came to my house and I was very sad. The next day I trained in a double shift, because I love what I do.’

“Then the next coach arrived, the current one, and I decided to talk to him. I told him that I needed to take a breather, and the opportunity to go to Inter. He told me that yes, there was no problem.”

Sanchez became a failure at Old Trafford although he was considered as best during his time at Arsenal. The 31-year-old was also considered as a barrier owing to hefty wages he received during his reign.

Sanchez sealed his move to Inter Milan last month after an impressive loan spell in Italy last term.