Alexis Sanchez is a traveled man. The Chilean has had stints in Italy, Spain, England, and even Argentina.
His successful period is however with Spanish side Barcelona, where he spent three seasons before moving to England.
During his long-traveled career, he has had the chance to work under some of the top managers football has to offer currently.
He has spent time under Jose Mourinho, Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte, Diego Simione, and even Marcelo Bielsa!
🇮🇹 Antonio Conte
Sanchez's time at Manchester United was arguably his worst in his career. When a chance came to start over at a new club, albeit on loan, he could not turn the chance and headed to Inter Milan, where he is currently working under Antonio Conte.
🏴 Jose Mourinho
Mourinho added Sanchez to his star-studded team in January 2018 as Henrik Mhkitaryan moved in the opposite direction in a swap deal. It, however, turned out to be a sour deal as Sanchez struggled and endured a frustrating 18-month period at the club, managing to score a meager five goals in 45 appearances.
🏴 Arsene Wenger
Wenger snapped up the Chilean from Barcelona in 2011 for £32 million and he went on to light the Premier League with scintillating performances. It's at the London club that he arguably played his best football, scoring a massive 80 goals in 166 appearances in all competitions and registering 38 assists. He also won two FA Cups and a Community Shield.
🇪🇸 Pep Guardiola
Sanchez's time at Udinese was key to his success. It's during his time in Italy that Barcelona took interest in him, finally paying £26 for his services. He spent a single season under Pep, where he won the Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, and Copa Del Rey as the Spanish side conquered Europe.
He spent two more seasons in Spain, scoring a total of 47 goals in all competitions for the Catalan side.
🇦🇷 Diego Simeone
This might come as a surprise but yes, Sanchez played under Simeone during the Argentine's time at River Plate. Simeone started his career in his home country before his move abroad to Atletico Madrid. It was during this time that a young Sanchez, on loan from Udinese teamed up with El Cholo, winning the 2008 Clausura Championship.
He scored a total of four goals in 31 appearances.
🇨🇱 Marcelo Bielsa
Bielsa worked with the winger while at the helm of the Chilean national team between from July 2007 and February 2011. He will be remembered for helping the South American country qualify for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.