Video: Rio Ferdinand is Adamant Alexis Sanchez Should Join Manchester City

Video: Rio Ferdinand is Adamant Alexis Sanchez Should Join Manchester City

He’s a modern-day Manchester United legend, but Rio Ferdinand has admitted that Alexis Sanchez would probably be better joining Manchester City during the current transfer window, rather than his former side.

As we told you earlier today, the Chilean Arsenal star looks set to move to Old Trafford before February 1 after he was left out of the Gunners squad to face Bournemouth today.

But even though he won just about everything there is to win in the iconic red United shirt, Ferdinand isn’t convinced that’s be the right move for the 29-year-old – even if he absolutely hates to admit his old employer might have fallen behind their bitter rivals:

Of course, we still have plenty of the January transfer window remaining, and who knows what sort of twists and turns we’ll have between now and the end of the month?

Who do you think Sanchez would be better off with – United, City or Arsenal?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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