‘카지노사이트 Mountain King’ Alexis Sanchez could make a surprise return to Camp Nou.
“Sanchez is reportedly on the verge of a shock return to Barcelona, according to the UK’s ‘The Sun’. We had reported that Nottingham Forest had made contact to bring Sanchez back to the English Premier League (EPL). However, it has now been claimed that he could rejoin Barcelona. Chilean journalist José Tomás Fernández Fumarino said that Sánchez and Barcelona hierarchy will meet today to discuss the possibility of a reunion.”
“Barcelona are looking for a replacement for Ousmane Dembele, who is set to join Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). Sanchez would prefer to return to Barcelona because he has already been there and knows that coach Xavi Hernandez was a teammate.”
Sanchez first came to prominence in the 2008-09 season with Udinese. Despite the physical limitations of his short stature, he disrupted defenses with his pace and excellent dribbling. Sanchez was well-received for his ability to both score and link up.
His next stop was world-class mega-club Barcelona. Sanchez made such an impact that he coined the phrase “King Menosan” (without Lionel Messi, Sanchez is king). It was a short-lived partnership that lasted two seasons, but Sanchez scored a ton of goals and took Spain by storm.
At his next club, Arsenal, he continued to excel. In 2016-17, Sanchez scored a whopping 24 goals in the league alone. He became an integral part of Arsenal’s core and made a name for himself in England, scoring 80 goals and providing 45 assists in 166 appearances.
But the joy was short-lived. After a surprise move to Manchester United in 2018, Sanchez took on a pivotal role, earning hundreds of thousands of pounds a week, but ultimately failed to live up to expectations. His feet weren’t as sharp as they used to be, and injuries, both big and small, slowed him down.
Eventually, Sanchez was shipped out on loan to Inter Milan and ended his relationship with the club as a free agent. Sanchez played mostly in the rotation, but his Altoran-like performances helped the Nerazzurri win the Italian Serie A title. Today, Sanchez is continuing his career with Ligue 1 side Marseille.
It has been suggested that Sanchez could make a surprise return to Camp Nou in the twilight of his career. Not only did he put up 17 attacking points (14 goals, 3 assists) in 35 Ligue 1 games last season, but he’s also a free agent and won’t cost a fortune. He could be a valuable asset for Barcelona and Xavi, who are desperate to replace Dembele. If the deal goes through, Sanchez will return to Barcelona after a nine-year absence.