Report- Man Utd news: Alexis Sanchez drama, Jose Mourinho reveals Man City plan, Lindelof defiant | Football | Sport

Man Utd news: Alexis Sanchez drama, Jose Mourinho reveals Man City plan, Lindelof defiant | Football | Sport

Man Utd News – Alexis Sanchez unhappy at Old Trafford

Alexis Sanchez is reportedly unhappy at Manchester United and keen on leaving the club.

According to The Times, the former Arsenal man has failed to gel with his new team-mates and is unhappy with Jose Mourinho’s management style.

The Chile international, who moved to the Theatre of Dreams last January, is said to be eager to join French champions Paris Saint Germain.

Man Utd News – Jose Mourinho reveals tactics for Manchester derby

Red Devils chief Mourinho has insisted his troops won’t park the bus in Sunday’s crunch clash with Manchester City.

“We are going to try (win),” the Portuguese said in his pre-match press conference.

“I cannot say we are going to be successful in our motivations, in our desire, but we played two difficult matches away against two very good teams, Chelsea and Juventus, and we managed to get good results.

“Even if the good results were not in our pockets, the performances were there, the positive attitude was there.

“So we are going to try but City are a very powerful team. If we draw the gap is still nine points, if we lose it’s 12, so I don’t think that is the way to look at the match.

“We have to just think about the match, is difficult enough as an isolated event, if you want to put that match into the context of where we are and where we can be.

“I want to play it as an isolated match, a difficult match against a difficult team, but they will also think it’s a difficult match for them.”

Man Utd News – Victor Lindelof statement

Victor Lindelof has revealed he and his United team-mates believe they can beat anyone after their midweek comeback victory over Juventus.

“It shows we can beat anyone,” Lindelof said of Tuesday’s 2-1 win over the Italian champions.

“It’s a great team, it’s their home stadium, so it gives us a lot of confidence and we’re happy.”

On tomorrow’s derby match, he said: “It’s two completely different teams, but the win gave us a lot of confidence which is always good.

“It’s a very good team, especially at home, so it’s going to be a very tough task, but we feel very confident we can go there and make it difficult for them.

“You have to be on your toes all the time and can’t relax for a second. You have to be focused and ready for everything so I’m looking forward to the game.

“We know we can beat any team.”