Sanchez, who Manchester United made the highest paid player in the Premier League when they signed him, put in another listless display in midweek against Valencia in the Champions League and Neville revealed that seeing such a top player struggle so badly saddens him.
"I didn't think it could get any worse than it did against West Ham and I was expecting a response (against Valencia)".
An ever-present in most fantasy teams last season, Mohamed Salah has struggled to reach the heights this campaign, and has only netted three goals in 10 appearances in all competitions this season and looks a shadow of the Egyptian sensation he was last season.
"I was in the ground, you can't blame the fans, they were trying to have a go but it was a bit flat mainly because the game on the pitch was a bit flat - it's a natural reaction to what we were watching".
Following a bunch of incendiary remarks against the club, Pogba has been officially warned by club officials not to talk to the media, as the France International mentioned himself following the Valencia game at home. Jose over the years has been a brilliant coach.
But many within the club believe Mourinho would be sacked if United fail to get a result against Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday.
"They have a very, very very good coach, a team that is always very well organised, against especially the teams of the first part of the table, where their manager is very bright on his analysis of the opposition qualities and to try to stop them."
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"I spoke with him a few times and he gave me energy, positivity". But we are in a position that we can do much better than that and to do that we need points.
However, the Chile worldwide struggled badly during the second half of last season and has shown little or no sign of improvement so far this term.
Paul Scholes is pulling no punches at present and has taken aim at the Red Devils boss for his poor treatment of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
"It's about giving them a run of games".
"I think that's when you can judge these types of players".
"Unfortunately because the form is not great, he's chopping and changing, he has no idea what his best team is, he has no idea what his best system is, and this is after over two years", Scholes told BBC 5Live.