Alexis Sanchez can return to court this Sunday at Manchester United, in the duel ahead Bournemouth, or the following Wednesday, January 2, in the match against Newcastle, both commitments are valid by the Premier League.
The new Red Devils coach, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, assuring that the Chilean forward will return to action in those days, after an injury to the tendon suffered almost a month ago.
This Friday the Norwegian coach repeated it, to ensure that the tocopillano could add minutes later this week, besides giving him advice before returning to the field with people from Old Trafford: "The players must be told just to enjoy playing at this club & # 39; This is the best moment in life!"
"I can't do anything for his appearance on the field. Paul (Pogba) has done it himself. Of course, I have spoken with Anthony (Bela Diri), Romelu (Lukaku) and Alexis because I am here to guide them on this path, but then it is up to them to do work in the field", acknowledged DT at a press conference.
Correspondingly, "a murderer with a child's face" indicates that "it's up to them to show themselves when they have the opportunity, they have to do what they know and fight for themselves"
Also, about his role for Alexis to restore the level he showed at Arsenal, Solskjaer said: "Of course I give some guidelines about the game, the freedom to show, it's something I always do as a coach"