'Next Ronaldo' told to make United move

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Manchester United winger target Alexis Sanchez has been urged to make an Old Trafford move.

The Chilean international has been linked with a string of clubs across Europe, with Barcelona, Manchester City and Chelsea all thought to be in the race to sign the Udinese star.

As recently as last month, Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson sent brother and chief European scout Martin Ferguson over to Italy to run the rule over the player, and former Udinese coach Adriano Fedele has now voiced his opinion over the player's potential future destination.

"If I were him, I would go to Manchester United," said Fedele.

"Ferguson is the right coach for him and, more than the others, would be able to enhance his quality."

His signature would be seen as a coup for Manchester United, who have been tracking the player dubbed 'the next Cristiano Ronaldo' for some time now.


The United boss is thought to have money at his disposal this summer, and with potential retirements of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes in the not-too-distant-future, the Red Devils chief could begin the re-building process at Old Trafford.

Wesley Sneijder is also thought to be on the Manchester United radar, and it could prove to be a busy summer for the almost-certain Barclays Premier League champions.

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