Manchester United star blamed for missing medication test

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Manchester United newcomer Alexis Sanchez is presently engaged with a medication outrage


Alexis Sanchez has been accused of missing a scheduled drug test, following his switch from Arsenal to Manchester United.

Sanchez completed a move to Manchester United from Premier League rivals Arsenal, but was expected to undergo a mandatory drug test at Arsenal but his whereabouts was unclear.
The super star striker could face possible sanctions if he avoided the routine drug test on purpose.
According to reports from Spain, on Monday, January 22 a UEFA delegation of drug testers were supposed to assess the Chile international, however Sanchez was unavailable as he was concluding details of his move to Manchester United.

The English Football Association and Arsenal are yet to remark on theories encompassing Sanchez missing the doping test. 
As indicated by the guidelines, a player could confront an endorse of a two-year boycott, if his whereabouts for a doping test is obscure three times in a year, what is questionable is if Sanchez has missed any of the planned test. 
Alexis Sanchez has been incorporated into Manchester United's group for the FA Cup coordinate against Yeovil Town on Friday, January 26.

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