Alexis Sanchez accepts suspended jail sentence for tax fraud

Alexis Sanchez accepts suspended jail sentence for tax fraud

Alexis Sanchez accepts suspended jail sentence for tax fraud

United didn't splash out on transfer fees but did acquire Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in a swap deal that saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan move to the Emirates.

Sanchez, who joined United last month from Arsenal, is the latest in a long line of La Liga players past and present, including Ronaldo, Messi, Marcelo, Pepe and Javier Mascherano to face judicial process for allegedly defrauding the Spanish state.

The Chilean has penned a £350,000-a-week contract with the Red Devils, which is by far the biggest deal ever signed by a footballer in England.

Sanchez is reported to be earning a Premier League high £350,000-a-week salary, a figure that even runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City were reluctant to offer but Woodward is confident United are in a strong enough position to be able afford the former Barcelona star's salary.

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"Alexis Sanchez has set a new January signing record in terms of shirt sales, three times the previous record". With 158,000 retweets, United's initial post created for 211,000 likes and 14,000 comments - and the hashtag #Alexis7 was the No. 1 trending topic worldwide.

"To put that into context, the announcement posts generated 75 percent more interactions that the announcement of the sale of the world's most expensive player last summer when Neymar moved from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain". The most retweeted United post ever.

Manchester United's January acquisition Alexis Sanchez has shattered the club's record for most shirt sold in the January transfer window.

Manchester United blamed US President Donald Trump's corporate tax reforms as the reason the English Premier League (EPL) giants posted a £29 million ($40.4 million) second-quarter loss to the end of December 2017 despite a boom in broadcast income. The changes required the team, which is owned by the American Glazer family and listed on the New York Stock Exchange, to make an accounting write-off of £48.8m ($68 million).

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