United set to bid for the 'new Ronaldo'

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Manchester United are chasing Udinese striker Alexis Sanchez , according to TalkSPORT.
The striker, who has been tipped by many as the 'new Ronaldo', can play wide of up front and has 14 goals in 85 league games for the Serie A side.
Chilean Sanchez began his career in Chile with Cobrelo before moveing to Udinese in 2006. However, after struggling to settle, Sanchez was loaned back to South America. 
He endured separate loan spells at Colo Colo in Chile and Argentinean giants River Plate.
The report quotes Sanchez's agent who claims that he will quit Udinese in the summer.
Sanchez's agent Fernando Felicevich said: "Various clubs have shown an interest and he will leave Udinese at the end of the season.

"Despite everything that has been said and written, neither I nor the club have received offers for Sanchez (in January). But I can confirm he will change clubs in June."
Sanchez also has 12 goals in 34 caps for Chile.

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