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Three ways Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can kickstart Alexis Sanchez’s faltering career at Manchester United

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Not many of us have had the opportunity of trying to work that one out but then as manager of Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer isn't your everyday person.

For all of the Norwegian's victories both on and off the pitch during his caretaker spell in charge he is no closer than Jose Mourinho was to solving the Alexis Sanchez conundrum.

As has become the norm during Sanchez's ill-fated United career, an inquest into his ineffective performance began soon after the final whistle had sounded with his manager stating that 'he can't do anything about Alexis Sanchez' and that he needs to 'find himself' at Old Trafford.

Sanchez has never got going since swapping Arsenal for United 13 months ago, but with three and a half years remaining on his rather generous contract, Solskjaer will have to try and find a way of kickstarting his career.

Despite challenging Sanchez to prove himself in the aftermath of the PSG defeat, Solskjaer also spoke of the Chilean's 'quality'.

Other United players ostracised under the previous regime have proven their quality since being reintegrated into the side and Solskjaer appears willing to give Sanchez a chance to do likewise.

With Martial and Lingard looking likely to miss Monday's FA Cup tie with Chelsea at least, Solskjaer may need to devise a new strategy around other attacking players such as Sanchez and Lukaku.

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