Manchester United has been on a spending spree since the departure of their legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Despite the big spending, the Red Devils are yet to claim their first Premier League or Champions League trophy in the post-Ferguson era.
However, It is no surprise that many of the former United outcasts have now become successful stars for their respective new clubs due to the rushed decision from the Red Devils' board to buy the new one as they dumped their old players.
Now let's take a look at the three former Manchester United outcasts who the Red Devils regret selling.
#3 Henrikh Mkhitaryan
Jose Mourinho could be wrong in many ways when he decided to give some very harsh treatment to Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The former Dortmund star had been frozen out by the Portuguese manager in his last few matches for United. Mourinho even criticized the Armenian in public due to his poor performances at the time.
Now Manchester United could not blame anyone but themselves for lacking a reliable right-winger. Alexis Sanchez, who swapped place with Miki last year, has now turned out to be one of the worst signings in Manchester United's history due to his wage to performance comparison.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has also rotated heavily between Juan Mata, Jese Lingard, Sanchez, and Anthony Martial due to difficulties in finding the right player to fill the flanks. It is understandable that the Arsenal star has yet to found consistencies in his play but, he could surely be the better or even the best player in United's miserable right-wing position.
His productivity has been excellent for Arsenal this season as he has been involved in 10 league goals with far less salary compared to Sanchez. He has also become one of Emery's best players in Arsenal's outstanding Europa League run. On top of that, he now sits fourth on the Premier League table with Arsenal as United dumped back to the Europa League zone.