Tottenham Hotspurs thought that they had secured a coup when they signed Soldado from Valencia. The Spanish international had torn up La Liga. In short, they thought that he was going to be the man to bring them to the next level. Too bad that that didn’t turn out to be the case.
This is one of those inexplicable situations where a player suddenly goes from being incredible to looking like a donkey. As a result, Soldado suddenly lost confidence and his goal-scoring touch during a horrible couple of seasons in London. Eventually, he’d move on to Villareal. Injuries would further decimate his career and he just faded away.
There was a time when Sanchez was one of the most exciting attackers on the planet. The Chilean international lit up the Premier League during his early days with Arsenal. He would score 30 goals in his best season in the club and would win the Copa America with his country. That seems a long time ago now.
After losing inspiration with Arsenal, he decided to push for a move to their rivals Manchester United. It was a terrible decision. Although he made a fortune in wages, Sanchez was an absolute flop. In short, he became alienated from the team and fell way down the pecking order. He was moved to Inter Milan.