Sanchez breaks silence on United exit
Sanchez, 31, joined United from Arsenal in 2018 but struggled at Old Trafford and joined Inter on loan last summer. After an upturn in form for the Serie A club in recent months, the Italian giants opted to make Sanchez’s move permanent this week.
“I’m really happy to be staying here with you, Inter fans,” Sanchez told Inter’s social media channels. “I’ve found a family here and the staff are great.
“[It’s] a group where there’s a real desire to win something big. People here want to fight together as a team to give the club the success it deserves.
“I’m hungry and I want to win – my goal is to make all our fans happy. I’m here to win, and I’m happy that I’m staying here at Inter!”
Traore addresses transfer uncertainty
Traore, 19, has been an impressive part of the United youth set-up this season and joined the club three years ago from Paris Saint-Germain.
“I would like to start as a pro,” he told RMC Sport. “Like I said, I think I have the baggage to do it. I hope it will be in Manchester, otherwise why not go and find playing time elsewhere.
“I only have one year of contract left so yes, I’m not closing the door. But if I’m leaving, it’s for a professional group.
“I don’t want to leave Manchester to be in the same situation elsewhere. I need an evolution in my progression and that goes through a professional workforce.”
Fred names biggest Europa League concern
Fred has demanded his United team-mates maintain high concentration levels as the Europa League final tournament approaches.
United secured a spot in the last eight with an emphatic 7-1 aggregate win over LASK, and now attention turns to the latter stages of the competition.
A chance for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to secure some silverware, Fred was keen to stress the importance of concentration during the big games ahead.
“I like playing all types of football, whether it’s a tournament or a points-based championship like the Premier League, but I think in tournaments you need to concentrate more,” the Brazilian told United Review.
“There are two important games, and a single match in the final. You have to make sure you’re highly prepared, you can’t make mistakes.
“In league football you still have the chance to recover, you make a mistake and lose the game you can still recover later in the competition.
“In tournaments if you lose a game by a certain margin of goals it’s difficult to come back. So you need to concentrate even more. I think that is what’s most important for us. That will be the biggest test.”