Much was anticipated of the Chile worldwide after he arrived at Old Tafford following his acrimonious departure from Arsenal however he failed to supply wherever close to his greatest type.
Both Mourinho and his successor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, did not illicit the type of performances which marked Sanchez out as one of many Premier League’s most feared attackers.
The 30-year-old joined Inter on mortgage earlier this month and this week claimed that an excessive amount of chopping and altering was the primary purpose behind a return of simply three targets in 32 Premier League appearances.
Mourinho, nevertheless, had a distinct take, telling the Daily Telegraph: ‘Sanchez… I felt him [to be] not a contented man.
‘And I believe in each job you will have when you’re not glad it’s not really easy to carry out at each stage.
‘And perhaps I’m unsuitable. Maybe it was me who was not succesful to get into him and to get the very best out of him.
‘As a supervisor typically you will have the capability to get the very best out of the gamers and different instances you aren’t profitable in that method.
‘But the reality is that I always felt [of Sanchez], ‘a sad man’. So in all probability in Italy he will get better this. I hope he can. I at all times want effectively to each participant.’