Every sports fan now knows the remarkable story of Jamie Vardy's meteoric rise from non-league football to Premier League glory with Leicester City, and now the striker's awesome journey could be set to continue with a move to Manchester United, according to the Guardian.
However, The Times report Sanchez is determined to join Manchester City this month despite late interest from United.
The England worldwide scored an impressive 24 times in the Foxes' title-winning 2015/16 campaign, while also breaking Ruud van Nistelrooy's record for scoring in consecutive Premier League games.
Moyes was not impressed with the 29-year-old during his tenure at Old Trafford in 2013-14.
The Mexico global made a name for himself as a real goal-poacher during his time at Old Trafford, particularly as a substitute, and he was hugely popular among supporters.
Javier Hernandez, could find his way back at Old Trafford if West Ham can get back the £17m they spent to sign the Mexican striker last summer.
While he would probably be keen on a return to United, it would be something of a gamble and there's no guarantee he could recover the form that made him such a hit with the Red Devils.
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