We're now 13 months into Alexis Sanchez's Manchester United career and the Chilean is still yet to look at home in his new surroundings. The 30 year-olds transfer to the north west last January was seen as a massive statement of intent by the Red Devils, capturing one of the Premier League's brightest attacking talents along with weakening a rival in Arsenal. He was seen by many as the missing link between United finally ending their title drought, with their success in the 2012/13 campaign still the last time that they lifted the Premier League.
When a player at a top club fails to deliver they will always be under the spotlight but when it's Manchester United it's a completely different kettle of fish. The Red Devils may not be the dominant force they were back in the Ferguson days but they are still one of (if not the) biggest clubs in the world so the pressure is immense - which won't be helping Sanchez. There's a number of factors that come into play when looking at his situation and despite him being just a year into a ridiculously lucrative four-and-a-half year deal it really begs the question - should United cut their losses?