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Sanchez's preseason suggests his best for Utd is yet to come

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Sanchez cleared to join up with United in U.S.

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Sanchez presents another headache for Man United, Dybala stars for Juve

Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Wolves, but this time it's not Jose Mourinho who is on trial. Reactions were split between praising Wolves -- deservedly so, Nuno Espirito Santo had the upper hand tactically and in Ruben Neves, they have perhaps the best player outside the top six in England -- and questioning Alexis Sanchez.

The Chile international lasted just over an hour before being substituted, and flashed only intermittently over that time, raising the question of whether...

Alexis Sanchez 4/10 as Man United stumble to draw vs. Wolves

Joao Moutinho's fantastic second-half goal was enough to give his Wolves side a deserved point at Old Trafford.

Manchester United are enduring a worryingly stop-start season, with their dismissal of Young Boys in midweek followed by a very disappointing 1-1 home draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Of greatest concern was how little creativity United could offer; there was plenty of industry but precious little end product, and Fred's delightful opener ended up looking like an anomaly.

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Marouane Fellaini and Chris Smalling were industrious and effective, Paul Pogba shone for long periods and...

Knee-jerk conclusions: Alexis Sanchez a busted flush, Jorginho a star turn and Burnley down

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol square off in predicting every fixture in the sixth week of Premier League action.

The Premier League season is five games old so it's far too early to reach sensible, informed conclusions. Therefore, here are 10 knee-jerk, hastily jumped to conclusions:

10. Manchester City's biggest hurdle is complacency

It was interesting that Pep Guardiola said he was "angry" after Manchester City beat Fulham 3-0. One explanation for this is that he is simply a perfectionist, but another might be that he is striving to avoid the complacency that could set in when a team is so far ahead...

Man United put out the fire at Burnley as Marouane Fellaini delivers for Jose Mourinho

Marcus Rashford was given a straight red in the second half but Manchester United were already in the lead, beating Burnley 2-0 and winning their second game of the season.

BURNLEY, England -- Three points from Turf Moor on Manchester United's 2-0 win over Burnley in the Premier League.

1. Man United avoid crisis, Rashford sees red

Manchester United put the brakes on their dismal start to the season with a 2-0 win at Burnley, but a second-half red card for Marcus Rashford put a bit of a damper on a crucial victory for Jose Mourinho's team at Turf Moor.

Rashford, a second-half replacement for Alexis Sanchez, was sent off by referee Jon Moss after 10 minutes on the...

Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez left out of Chile squad to focus on fitness

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner sifts through the Champions League draw and determines who has the best path to the knockout stage and who may struggle.
The FC panel are cautiously optimistic of Manchester United's chances of advancing from Group H, indicating Jose Mourinho must fix their current problems fast.
The FC panel answer your latest questions from the twittersphere.
Sid Lowe joins the FC panel to address the rumours linking Zinedine Zidane to Manchester United.
Steve Nicol tries to guess whether Jose Mourinho is reacting to a win or a loss in these press conferences from the last few years.

Chile have left Alexis Sanchez out of the national squad for upcoming friendlies against Japan and South Korea following a request to do so by Manchester United.

His country's all-time leading goalscorer with 39 goals and its most capped player, Sanchez is not on coach Reinaldo Rueda's 24-man list of players to travel to the Far East to face Japan on Sept. 7 in Sapporo and South Korea in Suwon four days later.

"Alexis Sanchez's absence is due to the fact that his club needs him at this complex time,...

Manchester United's Alexis Sanchez hints at return in time for Tottenham game

Tottenham blanked Man United back in January, as Christian Eriksen's first minute goal set the tone for Spurs.
The FC crew answer your tweets on Man United, Sadio Mane's rank among the Prem's top players and Usain Bolt's chances of becoming a professional footballer.

Alexis Sanchez could be ready to give Manchester United fans a much-needed boost by returning from injury in time for the huge clash with Tottenham on Monday.

The Chilean missed the 3-2 defeat to Brighton and, following that reverse, manager Jose Mourinho had insisted his No. 7 would not be absent for longer than two weeks.

But, judging by his most recent Instagram story, he could be back in action even sooner. Sanchez posted videos of himself in his club gear, dripping...