Advertisement Advertisement Sanchez has scored once since Solskjaer’s appointment (Picture: Getty)‘I think they’ll miss Lingard slightly more than Martial because I think they have got more cover in the attacking side of things but the thing that they will miss is the options because options are vital,’ said Nicholas.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘What can you bring off the bench? Because at the moment Sanchez is still not right at Manchester United and, for that reason, you need quicker support. Would Ole be bold enough to go back to the old fashioned Manchester United way when he played, with two up front and someone behind. I’m keen to see how he adapts to this‘When you’ve got Sanchez at the moment, the warrior he was, he wants to hog the left and then come in to play a pass but he gives it away very cheaply. So they will miss these two, absolutely no doubt about it.’Sanchez was particularly poor when he replaced Lingard in United’s 2-0 defeat to PSG in midweek.Solskjaer, departing from his usual diplomatic demeanour, warned Sanchez after the game that he cannot cure his poor form by himself.‘I can’t do anything about Alexis Sanchez. When he plays he needs to find himself,’ said Solskjaer.‘That’s the reality, that Jesse and Anthony have been big parts of our squad and second half we didn’t have the pace and movement to get in behind them.’MORE: Nabil Fekir sends message to Chelsea and Liverpool with stunning goal in Lyon’s win against Guingamp Comment Alexis Sanchez’s Manchester United future is up in the air (Picture: Getty)Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas believes Alexis Sanchez is being left out of Manchester United’s side by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because he gives the ball away too ‘cheaply’.The Chilean is one of the few players not to have experienced some form of boost by the Norwegian’s appointment at Old Trafford.Sanchez joined United from Arsenal in January 2018 but he has just one league goal to his name this term and has made just three starts under Solskjaer.Injuries to Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard could hand Sanchez a prolonged stint in the side but Nicholas believes he gives up possession too often to become a regular under Solskjaer.ADVERTISEMENT Metro Sport ReporterSunday 17 Feb 2019 5:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Arsenal hero Charlie Nicholas reveals why Manchester United can’t afford to play Alexis Sanchez
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