Mirtha Sosa has come out swinging.
Mirtha Sosa has come out swinging.

Model blasts Premier League star as womanising liar

PARAGUAYAN model Mirtha Sosa has labelled Manchester United winger Alexis Sanchez a "womanising liar" after revealing the pair had a virtual romance.

The Spanish-based model - who boasts more than 97,000 followers on Instagram - claimed the Chilean star had bombarded her with phone calls 24 hours a day, The Sun reports.

She also said she found out the 30-year-old - who invited her to come to England - was talking to a number of women at the same time.

In an interview with Argentine newspaper Cronica, Sosa said: "He asked for my number. We started writing and getting to know each other.

"We video called and I really got into it, because I believed in him and his lies.

"He sent me tickets to travel to him, but I didn't go. I told him that if I went it would have to be as someone to be shown off (in public).

"I wasn't going to be one more of the heaps of girls that were going to be there for a little while and that's it."

Sosa said Sanchez had helped boost her self-esteem but the romance had a dark side to it.

"I found out he was speaking to lots of women," she said. "He's a fake person. He denied everything to me. I don't know how a person can be like that.

"He video called me 24 hours a day, he watched over me all over the world, he didn't let me do anything.

"He made my life impossible. I didn't have a life anymore - I lived for him.

"I fell in love with that man. He claimed he didn't want to know anyone else. What he did to me hurts, I feel destroyed."

Alexis Sanchez has come under fire. Picture: Alex Livesey/Getty
Alexis Sanchez has come under fire. Picture: Alex Livesey/Getty

Sanchez has been hugely disappointing for the Red Devils this season - chipping in with two goals and four assists in 23 games.

He has been out of action since March 2 after suffering a knee injury during the 3-2 win over Southampton at Old Trafford.

But he has been named in the travelling squad to face Barcelona at the Nou Camp as United look to overturn a 1-0 defeat from the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.

This article first appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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