ALEXIS Sanchez could be snapped up for as little as £10m at the October transfer window after having a buyout clause put in his contract.
Kenna League blazers took the unprecedented step having found the £32m Chilean forward was illegally signed by Islington Sports Islam & Leisure at the auction on Friday evening (4 August).
The decision will pile yet more woe on the ISIL manager.
Known as the Pirate, he became the highlight of the 13th annual Kenna auction by losing Alvaro Morata under the Titus Bramble ruling and trying to resign.
The ISIL manager finished the night with a strike force of Sanchez, Glenn Murray, Andre Gray and Bramble player Dr Cliff Huxtable.
Overlooked at the time by the Kenna charts and graphs department, the team was found afterwards to have more than the limit of three strikers.
In a press conference outside the Holborn Whippet on Monday, the chairman explained: “Hold onto your tactics whiteboard pens, this will divide opinion.
“We’ve deliberated this at Kenna HQ. Charts and graphs feel they should take some of the blame for not spotting this on Friday.
“Therefore a decision has been taken.
“ISIL lose Gray, who goes on a silent bid to Puncheon The Bony Kante.
“Sanchez remains an ISIL striker but has a £10m buyout clause inserted into his contract.
“Effective at the October window, bidding will start at £10m for the Chilean striker.
“The Pirate cannot bid and will not receive any monies paid.”
The Burqini Pool Party manager summed up the feeling among managers: “What a time to be alive.”
The outcome was not well received at ISIL’s Spyglass Hill training facility.
Trying to threaten Kenna HQ with a photo of his proposed resignation letter, the Pirate sent an unrelated photo from his camera roll.
“That’s twice he’s tried to resign in less than a week,” quipped the chairman.