In January, Manchester returned to Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in the United Kingdom, but since then international Chile has endured a formidable nightmare.
An international Chilean who pays a massive £ 350,000 week since his move has only managed four goals – just one next season.
Sanchez reports that he wants to leave Manchester United when the transfer window resumes in January, such is his failure to live in Old Trafford.
And the London Evening Standard has now figured out how the player first opted to move to United.
In June, Sankhez's relocation was considered a significant revolution of the red devils.
Not only did they sign one of the Premier League's most standout players lately.
But they were also boached by other players from one of their hard rivals, six years after Robin van Persie arrived from Arsenal.
The city of Manchester was also upset by Pepe Guardilla, after verifying the 29-year-old signature.
Sanchez himself was accused of choosing the United States, because the money they were willing to pay him.
But the Evening Standard says the main factor was what Mourinho told him.
The Red Devils boss was reportedly promising him a key role in assuring him that he would become a club mascot.
However, it has not been so far.
Sanchez's path to the left wing is blocked in the form of Anthony Martial, which has six goals in the nine Premier League games this season.
And upside down, Mourinho's go-to person remains Romulus Lukaku.
In the current situation, the player's ability to re-discover his Arsenal form with the United States appears to be very bad.
But what's happening with his next move is still visible.