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Wayne Rooney has revealed his prediction for the Premier League top-four - with the ex-Manchester United captain expressing his doubts over his former side's chances of claiming a Champions League spot this season.

Sanchez, 29, moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal last month, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan moving in the opposite direction in a straight swap deal.

"I think he is [better suited to Arsenal],' Rooney told Monday Night Football. He's got aggression, he's got passion, desire and you can see he's a victor", Rooney said.

The 41-year-old striker famously left Manchester under a cloud in 2006, joining Real Madrid after failing to turn up to the final game of United's 05/06 Premier League season.

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The former Manchester United forward was part of and scored in the only match at the Etihad to have seen City drop points this season, a 1-1 draw between the Blues and Everton back in August.

"For me, Pogba is a classic box to box player, he can do a bit of everything really well", Rooney said.

Sanchez who scored his first goal for Manchester United against Huddersfield, chose to visit the French capital with his friends and loved ones on his day off. It was a different style and at Arsenal he'll have players round him.

The way they roamed around the pitch in flawless tandem was an exhibition of natural chemistry and, more notably, the benefits you can receive as a manger if you entrust talented players with the freedom to make their own decisions going forward. I said the press are going to want to make a big thing about us falling out, but I said 'don't worry about it, I would have done the same thing. "And he's probably still the best finisher I've played with", Rooney added.

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