I believe the first answer does answer your question. However to modify the situation so that it meets code, you could turn the feed off the sink towards the back lengthen it to get within 4-6" of the wall. Install a 90 down to the input of a P running towards the drain where the 60 is at the same level or slightly higher for the output of the P to angle out from the wall into a 90 that is inline with the 60. Cut the lengths into the 90 so that the 60 is aligned and the output from the P makes up the odd angle.
This should all be behind the u-drawer but away from the rear wall by about 4" while allowing the P trap to be positioned so that it is within slopes above the drain sani-T and only questionable thing is the final 90 into the 60.
BTW you could use a 45 from the sink toward the back wall if it doesn't lower the pipe below the T's level
I guess this amounts to putting the P trap in the lower pipe of your picture with the joint where the halves come together just out from the rear wall. Then go up as far as you can on the input side to make the connection to the sink.
If you can make it straight back, you could use a 45 to angle down to a 90 into the P trap's input. The front half of the P is parallel to the rear wall and the exit half of the P goes on the angle needed to reach the 90 aligned with pipe at 60 degrees from the T. The 90 is flat, parallel to the floor.
I think it would work.