Reports indicate that Inter Milan agree a £13.5m deal to sign Alexis Sanchez from United
- Inter Milan said to have agreed deal to sign the United flop
- Sanchez has been on a season-long loan at the Italian side
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Inter Milan reported to have agreed deal to sign Alexis Sanchez.
The Italian side is said to have reportedly agreed to sign the Chilean in a £13.5m deal.
Italian news outlet Corriere della Sera reports that the Inter have agreed on a deal with Manchester United in sealing a permanent move for Sanchez.
Inter’s sporting director Beppe Marotta is said to have agreed the deal with Old Trafford in signing Sanchez who has been on a season-long loan deal at San Siro.
The Old Trafford outfit have been desperate to sell the Chilean who has been a earning huge £350,000 a week since his move from Arsenal.
Lack of form, sporadic injuries and lack of game time saw the Chilean move to Inter Milan on a season-long loan deal.
His time at Inter has also been lackluster, contributing four goals and nine assists in during his time at San Siro, which has also been hampered by a tendon injury.
United have been keen to offload the 31-year old winger who have been paying his huge wages, with Inter contributing around £150,000-a-week to his wages but were keen to avoid paying the full amount should he sign for the club.
Inter will be relieved as they will not be forced to pay the mammoth wages having agreed to spread his huge £13.5m salary over a three-year deal at Inter, taking him through until June 2023.