Inter Milan In Talks With Manchester United Over 12 Month Loan Deal For Alexis Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez ‘could be an Inter Milan player in the next 24 hours’ after the player received permission from Manchester United to speak to the Serie A side.
The Chilean is reportedly keen on a move to the Italian giants, according to The Daily Mail, and may join on a 12 month loan deal, with Inter paying £4.5 million up front.
The report also claims that Milan would then pay Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side a further £16.5 million at the end of a second season-long loan spell.
Sanchez’s agent was in the UK this weekend to discuss a potential loan deal to the Italian side, according to Sky Sports.
Inter manager Antonio Conte is keen on bringing in more forward options after Romelu Lukaku joined the club before the Premier League transfer window slammed shut.
Let’s be honest. Sanchez has struggled to make any sort of impact since his move in January 2018.
He has, however, earned a huge amount of money since moving to Manchester. The former Arsenal forward is on around £500,000 a week, when bonuses are taken into account.
Football Leaks revealed last year that there are a number of clauses in Alexis’ contract at United, including a sum of £75,000 for every game he starts and a £1.1 million annual signing on fee.
The club also promised him £2 million for 40 goals and assists in a season, and a £1 million bonus if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side win the Champions League.
But there’s no chance of either of those two things happening anytime soon.
Sanchez hasn’t had much to celebrate recently. Image: PA Images
Earlier this week, Alexis Sanchez was reportedly eft angry after clashing with Mason Greenwood at Manchester United’s training ground.
According to The Sun, the Chilean striker took exception to a heavy tackle from the 17-year-old in training.
The report also claimed that there was a heated exchange between the pair after the challenge from Greenwood.
Thoughts on a potential move to Inter Milan? Is it the right one considering United’s lack of options in midfield and attack?
Let us know in the comments.
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