Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez is already fed up with life at Old Trafford after he was axed from the Manchester United squad for the Premier League game against West Ham United on Saturday afternoon.
The 29-year-old has had a largely unimpressive start to his Old Trafford career since his January move from top-four rivals Arsenal and his Manchester United career hit rock bottom last week after he was chastised by manager Jose Mourinho in the presence of his teammates before being dropped from the West Ham game.
According to a report from Metro, the Chilean international star is regretting his decision to join the Red Devils ahead of city rivals, Manchester City.
Both Manchester clubs battled for his signature before the Old Trafford outfit won the battle to sign him with a better financial package which includes a huge sign-on fee and weekly wages of £500,000.
With six months left on his Arsenal contract, Alexis Sanchez moved to Old Trafford in a swap deal involving Armenian playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan who moved in the other direction.
The former Udinese and Barcelona star has scored just three goals in 23 appearances for Manchester United with his last goal coming at the end of March.