Manchester United fans here in the Tavern are looking to build on the weekend’s win, and their new signing will go a long way to ensuring this happens.
Joyous scenes filled the Tavern after Manchester United unveiled new signing Alexis Sanchez earlier on this week, with supporters hoping that the South American can replicate some of the brilliance displayed by the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Cantona in years gone by for the Red Devils.
As one of the biggest stars in the whole of world football, the Chilean will be a welcome addition at Old Trafford to fit into what is an ambitious United side that have set their aims firmly on trying to secure a fourth Champions League title.
Indeed, with Jose Mourinho receiving all the plaudits for securing the transfer of the former Arsenal attacker, it’s the unsung hero Ed Woodward that masterminded the deal after working tirelessly behind the scenes.
Nevertheless, Manchester United’s Twitter account took to posting manager Jose Mourinho’s thoughts on their new man Alexis, as he speaks very highly of the 29-year-old.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 25, 2018
Following the club’s post, fans were quick to display their happiness at the Chilean coming to Old Trafford, with some notable mentions going out to those that worked so hard to bring him there.
Nevertheless, here’s a look at exactly the sort of reaction fans gave off on social media…
Ed Woodward deserves a raise
— ㅤㅤ (@itswazzz) January 25, 2018
No more scoring problems after this..
— Ms Lillie (@lewisolsen0389) January 25, 2018
we need new pictures of sanchez
— cedric (@MiraculousPogba) January 25, 2018
Jose said "attacking". What a time to be alive!
— Ivan wanjiku (@ivan_wanjiku) January 25, 2018
Weve got sanchez Alexis sanchez
— grandymaureno (@grandymaureno) January 25, 2018
Not only best players possible but also best results possible
— Bedan_chayh (@Bedanchayh) January 25, 2018
Jose on the March again
— The Voice (@VictorIzi) January 25, 2018
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