Manchester United interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has said his more expansive style will unlock the extensive talents of Alexis Sanchez, who has impressed him so far in training.
Sanchez, who is set to return to the squad at Newcastle, has endured a miserable spell at Old Trafford.
He has scored just four goals since a move from Arsenal last January and has cut a disconsolate figure this season.
“I think he’s player that would benefit from the interchanging, the rotation, the movement.
“The more chances you create, the more times you get the ball into the final third, he’ll be an asset for us.
“He’s looking forward to it. It certainly looked like it in Saturday’s session. He scored quite a few nice goals, so that was encouraging.
“He’s had some great sessions the last few days. He wanted to be with us for Bournemouth but we have to manage him. He’s been out for a month, but he’ll be involved.
“He wants to play all the time, he’s one of those characters. It was a few days too early for him. He’s not had enough fitness or whatever, but he’s champing at the bit,” Solskjaer said according to SportsMail.