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Friday, 21 December 2018

United star slams 'false' Mourinho bet reports


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Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez has slammed reports that he had a wager with a teammate on the future of former manager Jose Mourinho.

After a turbulent start to his third season, Mourinho was relieved of his duties earlier this week, replaced by ex-United striker Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, and reports suggested that Sanchez had predicted the Portuguese manager's exit.

The Sun claimed that following Mourinho's dismissal, Sanchez had allegedly sent a message to players on a WhatsApp group chat, to suggest that he had won a wager of $36,000 AUD with teammate Marcos Rojo over the manager's future.

Alexis Sanchez

However, after reports circulated and the duo were heavily criticised by fans, Sanchez took to his personal Twitter account to rubbish the story.

"This is FALSE!!!," Sanchez tweeted.

"José gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world and I only have gratitude for him.

"We are a truly United team. We are MANCHESTER UNITED. Respect. I can't wait to help the team!. Good luck tomorrow family!"

Since his transfer from Arsenal earlier this year, Sanchez has failed to capture the form that saw him score 60 goals in 122 English Premier League appearances for the Gunners between 2014 and 2018.

Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez has slammed reports that he had a wager with a teammate on the future of former manager Jose Mourinho.

After a turbulent start to his third season, Mourinho was relieved of his duties earlier this week, replaced by ex-United striker Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, and reports suggested that Sanchez had predicted the Portuguese manager's exit.

The Sun claimed that following Mourinho's dismissal, Sanchez had allegedly sent a message to players on a WhatsApp group chat, to suggest that he had won a wager of $36,000 AUD with teammate Marcos Rojo over the manager's future.

Alexis Sanchez

However, after reports circulated and the duo were heavily criticised by fans, Sanchez took to his personal Twitter account to rubbish the story.

"This is FALSE!!!," Sanchez tweeted.

"José gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world and I only have gratitude for him.

"We are a truly United team. We are MANCHESTER UNITED. Respect. I can't wait to help the team!. Good luck tomorrow family!"

Since his transfer from Arsenal earlier this year, Sanchez has failed to capture the form that saw him score 60 goals in 122 English Premier League appearances for the Gunners between 2014 and 2018.

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