Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly get the final say on Alexis Sanchez’s future at the club.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is normally the man who makes the decision on the ins and outs of the club.
Of course he normally consults the manager he’s hired as well but the end result is all based on his actions.
Sanchez’s time at United has been nothing short of miserable so far though there are some who still hope he can turn things around.
The Chilean is currently injured but if his recovery goes well he could still feature before the season is over.
According to the Express, ESPN report that Ole has been given the final say on Alexis by Ed as the player’s struggles continues.
The former Molde man has had a fantastic start to his career at Old Trafford so it makes sense that he should be consulted.
Solskjaer had even claimed before he was hired permanently that the board spoke to him often to get his opinion on matters.
Several reports have claimed Sanchez will be offloaded, not only because of his form but also because of the wages he’s currently earning.
It’s believed his wages have also caused problems with some members of the United squad wanting a pay rise.