ALEXIS SANCHEZ has hit out at Manchester United and blamed his failure with the club on a lack of playing time.
Chile forward Sanchez, 30, completed a season-long loan move to Inter Milan, where he'll team up with former Old Trafford team-mate Romelu Lukaku.
And he used the opportunity to have a pop at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over how many minutes he was given on the pitch.
Sanchez, who was United's top earner on around £505,000-a-week, said: "If they let me play a full game, I would win it.
"But sometimes I'd have 60 minutes and not play the next game and I didn't know why."
Sanchez scored only five times in 45 games after joining from Arsenal in January 2018.
By comparison, new £15million ex-Swansea winger Daniel James has scored three in his first five games for the club.
Sanchez's paltry return comes after he netted 80 in 166 matches for the Gunners following a £30m switch from Barcelona.
Despite that, Sanchez, who according to Pep Guardiola is not to blame for his woes, insisted he had no regrets over making the move to United.
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