Alexis Sanchez moved to Manchester United at the start of 2018 but the Chilean is yet to settle down at Old Trafford.
Sanchez arrived in a swap deal from Arsenal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan go the other way. And while the Armenian has settled down well at the Emirates, Alexis Sanchez is yet to shine this campaign.
Under Jose Mourinho, the forward struggled to find game time during the first half of the season but many believed that his luck would change once Solskjaer was appointed as the caretaker manager.
But the situation for Alexis Sanchez still remains bleak.
So far the 30-year-old has played in 23 games this season scoring just two goals in the process.
And according to Andrei Kanchelskis, the situation of Alexis Sanchez is quite similar to that of Fernando Torres when he joined Chelsea.
“Sanchez is at risk of finishing his career in the same way Torres did at Chelsea,” Kanchelskis told bWIN.
“Torres was the main man at Atletico Madrid and Liverpool, but he is now remembered for the tough time he had at Chelsea.
“Sanchez has clearly shown that he has the capability to play with the best teams in the world, but Man United doesn’t suit his style of play and he’s never looked settled into the dressing room since joining the club.
“I’ve previously said that Ole should give him the chance to express himself as a winger, but now looking at his form and how often he’s been used, I think it’s best for Man Utd and Sanchez if he were to move on this summer.
“I can’t see him moving to another Premier League club and I think he should move back to La Liga.
“I see Sanchez joining a club like Atletico Madrid as there are currently a lot of problems at Real Madrid and he wouldn’t go back to Barcelona.
“He will most likely have to take a pay cut, but it’s for the benefit of his career.”
Fernando Torres joined Chelsea from Liverpool in 2011 and the Spaniard endured a really tough couple of seasons at Stamford Bridge.
Torres finally found solace when he moved out of Chelsea and it seems that Alexis Sanchez might also be heading in the same direction.