Solskjaer confident Sanchez will 'come good'

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Scott McTominay has said that Manchester United's abundance of young talent will have opportunities to play under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, saying "there's no first name on the team sheet". He's part of our squad and is a very good player.

"He's had three weeks [training] now, he's a few weeks behind the rest but is close to being ready".

According to the Sun, the 13 time Premier League winners have paid Sanchez £41 million since signing him, which is about £350k-a-week basic wage, up to around £500,000 with bonuses and image rights.

It's claimed that although he's looking to be 100% fit and get available for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he's also open to a move in case a good offer arrives before the end of the transfer window.

However, Sanchez has scored just five goals in 45 appearances for the club after netting a four-and-a-half year deal reportedly worth almost £500,000 (RM2.5 million) a week.

Luckily Solskjaer appears to have addressed his players' lack of fitness in pre-season and they should now go the distance this campaign.

Solskjaer is delighted for the 21-year-old, who experienced a testing summer which delivered a big-money move to Old Trafford and the tragic passing of his father. As his first full year as Man Utd manager, what are his plans for the upcoming year?

"We expect him to come good at this club, he's quality".

Speaking to Sky Sports, Nicholas said: "Nuno Espirito Santo has the energy, drive and passion for the crowd, with Manchester United coming off the back of a 4-0 victory, nearly a hallucination is the best way to describe that result".

"We've had a behind closed doors game, he's training, a little bit of extras".

"But we'll have more behind-closed-doors games because with one game a week now, it's hard to keep everyone ticking so we're arranging a few of them".

Man United started the new season in style by beating Chelsea 4-0 in the Premier League last weekend.

"You could see it meant the world to him", Solskjaer said of a Wales worldwide considered to be displaying the kind of attitude that the Red Devils are now demanding.

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