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Man United flop keen to join loan club on permanent basis



Alexis Sanchez keen to leave Manchester United for Inter Milan

According to the Daily Star, Manchester United misfit Alexis Sanchez is keen to leave the club and join Inter Milan.

A move away will bring a torrid two and a half year spell at Old Trafford where he failed to impress. United are is keen to have him back this summer as they believe Sanchez deserves another chance at the club. (h/t Daily Star)

The 31-year-old still has two years remaining on his £500,000-a-week United deal. Club bosses think he can still have an impact on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. (h/t Daily Star)

Manchester United loanee Alexis Sanchez is keen to stay on at inter Milan
Sanchez is keen to swap Manchester United for Inter Milan permanently

Currently, on loan at Inter Milan, Sanchez has put up one imperious performance after another since the restart. The Chilean has scored three goals while assisting seven more in the 12 games since.

Sanchez revealed late last year that he had rediscovered his love for the game since going to Inter. His performances picked up of late and he looking happier than he has in years. There is little wonder in him informing United that he sees his future elsewhere. (h/t Daily Star)

The 31-year-old is expected to be back in Manchester in August once the Serie A campaign with Inter is completed. United have refused to extend the loan that would have permitted him to stay on for the Nerazzurri‘s Europa league campaign.

Alexis Sanchez was one of the stars for Arsenal during his time
Alexis Sanchez has done well at Inter Milan

According to the report, Sanchez is aware he is reaching the end of his career and is striving to play regularly. It is far from a guarantee at United but is attainable at the San Siro.

Inter are willing to pay £30m for the winger, provided he takes a wage cut. A decent figure for a player who has cost the club dearly over the years. (h/t Daily Star)

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Sanchez looks a different player at Inter. There is little good to come from bringing him back to United where he was unhappy.

With a potential showdown against Inter in the finals of the Europa League, it is understandable if United are playing hardball to deny them an in-form player. The sooner the club makes a decision, the sooner we can move ahead.