Inter Milan agree terms with Sanchez

According to a recent report from Corriere dello Sport, Inter Milan have agreed terms with Manchester United over the sale of Alexis Sanchez. They will not pay an initial loan fee and will cover less than half of his wages, but they will have the option of purchasing him for around £14 million. The Chilean […]

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Alexis Sanchez Has Been an Absolute Disaster at United – Gary Neville (Video)

While admitting he was all for Manchester United signing Alexis Sanchez at the time of his arrival, former United defender Gary Neville now says the Chilean has been “an absolute disaster” and should leave the club. "He's been an absolute disaster." 🤯 Speaking on MNF, @GNev2 says he likes the new 'youthful and energetic' Manchester […]

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Solskjaer leaves door open for Sanchez to leave Manchester United

Alexis Sanchez could be leaving Old Trafford, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said after his side fell to a draw at Wolverhampton Wolves.

Solskjaer provides transfer update on Alexis Sanchez’s future

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided an update on the ongoing Alexis Sanchez transfer saga amidst reports of a potential move to Inter Milan.

The last news is that the Italian giants were hoping to sign the versatile attacker initially on loan with an option to purchase him later.

If reports are true, United would be paying some of his wages in order to finally offload him, having struggled to do so all summer.

Sanchez was not involved in the match-day squad as Solskjaer’s men failed to beat Wolves in a fixture that ended at 1-1.

With the Red Devils looking awfully short of options in an attacking sense, there is the question of whether it’s wise to sell the experienced Chilean just yet.

Solskjaer said something similar when Romelu Lukaku’s own drama was happening and so it’s likely Sanchez will leave Old Trafford before the summer is over.

The legendary Norwegian previously spoke of his wish to have only committed and driven players onboard and so it makes sense in a way to move on the former Arsenal man.

Sanchez has endured a turbulent time since arriving at Old Trafford so perhaps he can rediscover his best form elsewhere.

The real update on Alexis Sanchez’s potential move to Inter Milan

Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez’s future isn’t as clear as initially believed with conflicting reports emerging on his future.

It’s understood the Chilean attacker is keen on a move away and has asked permission from the club to depart.

United weren’t believed to be actively selling Sanchez, particularly after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s public support, but it seems if the right bid comes in they’ll consider it.

The former Barcelona man has struggled to make a real impact since arriving at Old Trafford with his high wages often the topic of discussion.

The Red Devils are a little short in attack, particularly with Romelu Lukaku’s departure but Solskjaer has backed his youngsters too succeed so far.

According to Sky Sports, Sanchez’s agent is in the UK to discuss terms over a potential loan to Inter Milan while Manchester Evening News claim while the interest is real, his agent isn’t actually present in the country in contrast to other reports.

Either way, it’s quite likely Manchester United will have to pay off some of the versatile player’s wages in order to attract interest and so it’s safe to say he joins the list of executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward’s failed transfers.

Whether he pushed for the move or Jose Mourinho is unknown but it’s safe to say Sanchez was not the success fans hoped he’d be.

Man United take a step closer to offloading star attacker

Inter Milan are reportedly attempting to sign Alexis Sanchez despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s insistence he hopes the player will come good for Manchester United this season.

The Chilean attacker has had a turbulent time at Old Trafford to say the least and so if he wishes to depart it wouldn’t come as a surprise.

However, it’s believed his wages are far too high for any club to afford him and it appeared since United couldn’t do so earlier, they were going to hold onto him now.

The transfer market is predictable however and it seems the reports have changed once again with Inter suddenly in for Sanchez.

The question now becomes, if they struggled for so long to stump up the cash for Romelu Lukaku, how will they do so for the former Arsenal man.

Edin Dzeko has extended his contract with Roma leaving Inter to chase other targets but it’s probably more believable that they’ll get those players before they can get Sanchez.

Fernando Llorente for free makes far more sense for the Italian giants than paying silly wages for the former Barcelona star.

There isn’t the feeling that United are desperate any longer to offload Sanchez now the window is shut, so it would take some smart negotiations from Inter to get their man.