'I Came to win Everything' - Sanchez Opens up on United Move


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"But coming here, looking at the badge, I think United have to win everything because it's such a big club".

'I came here to win [things]. "I came here to win everything, otherwise I wouldn't have come here".

The 29-year-old has had a mixed start to life with United having bounced back from a rocky performance in a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Tottenham by netting a goal on his home debut against Huddersfield last week. Sanchez, who recently switching sides by joining forces with Jose Mourinho led Manchester United from Arsenal FC revealed that he left Arsenal because he wants to win everything.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger feels Alexis Sanchez's commitment should never have been questioned before his move to Manchester United.

As his Arsenal career drew to a close, Sanchez's commitment to the club was often criticised but Wenger says this is an "unfair" presumption. "Or even 14 or 12!"

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The Chilean signed a four-and-half-year deal at the club in the January transfer window, and will be earning at least £350,000 per week.

Pep Guardiola's side knowingly wanted to bolster their attacking ranks, with Sanchez apparently keen to work under his old Barcelona manager.

He said: "I need to be careful around this as it's a very sensitive point in time because the first round of domestic bids are due in on Friday, and all I can really say is that if you look at past history we would expect that the entire process of selling the domestic rights will conclude in a relatively short period of times, within a couple of weeks". You can't please everyone.

"Whether it's wide - he goes out wide, makes it frightful for people to try and mark him and I think for him now that's the final piece of the jigsaw for Mourinho now, going into the Champions League stages".

"That might mean not seeing your family or missing your mother's birthday".

"That's all part of football. People don't see that".