Couldn't care less. They were walking abortions for us at times last season, and despite what Sanchez says they were given plenty of chances here. Sanchez was a counterproductive influence in the dressing room, and Lukaku was ridiculously unprofessional in his final months. Both needed to be jettisoned.
That they weren't a good fit for United and Ole, otherwise theyd be bangin them in at Old Trafford. Really nothing else to it. Neither of them is irreplaceable. Our issue is that we didn't even bother trying to.
Pretty much it. Sanchez is done. Lukaku will score wherever he goes.Lukaku will certainly score goals. He didn't fit the way we wanted to play though and you can't leave that much money on the bench. Good decision to get rid, terrible one to not replace him.
Sanchez is meh. Couldn't give a feck.
Great for them and hopefully we can move Sanchez on.
You think Inter will get CL semi finals and wins the Serie A?Fact is they will both be playing CL football also and if they get a good run, playing quality opposition. If they play major roles in winning Serie A and say semi final CL. I for one will be questioning both our last 2 managers + coaching staff.
I can assure you if either/both of them do well at Inter, it'll be used as a stick to beat Ole/board with.It'll basically be explained away with illogical garbage, as many in this thread are already laughably doing...
Rom is a better CF than any current Utd player, and will also be out to prove a point. So that'll be fun.
Sanchez is more of a mystery to me at least - but if Sanchez does well there it doesn't reflect well on the coaching at Utd, because he clearly wanted to stay and felt he had more to offer if played into rhythm.
If they both do notably well, the point will be - rightly - that the coaches couldn't set up tactically to get that out of them.It shouldn't have much bearing on what happens this season. The problem wasn't that the management didn't try to fit them in, it was not buying a replacement who would.