Alexis Sanchez condition in the Old Trafford was not okay. Last season, his performance disappoint the Red Devils fans and he became a surplus in Ole Gunnar Solksjaer squad. Moreover, as for now, the Norwegian manager already had two key forward, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, and it seems there is no place anymore for Alexis Sanchez in the Red Devils squad.
A report claims Inter Milan is waiting to hear if they can sign Alexis Sanchez on loan this summer after Manchester United reacted negatively to their loan proposal. Don’t get me wrong. Manchester United is indeed prepared to let Alexis Sanchez join Inter Milan, but the problem is the Italian clubs only prepared to pay half of the Chilean’s wages during the loan spell.
Manchester United balked at the suggestion and they are weighing up whether it is the right move for them for let Alexis Sanchez leave, especially after selling Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan earlier this month.
Man United Persuade Inter To Pay Larger Portion of Sanchez’s Salary
As long as company slot Malaysia knows, Alexis Sanchez’s deal at the Old Trafford is worth a mouth-watering 5 million pounds a year. The 30-year-old player earns 391.000 pounds a week, as well as bonuses. There is a 75.000 pounds bonus for every first-time appearance and further goal and assists bonuses.
According to reports, Manchester United and Inter Milan were due to hold talks on Wednesday with the Serie A side poised to officially lodge their offer. And the loan deal would include an option to buy the forward at the end of the loan deal for 13,7 million pounds. As for now, Manchester United want to persuade Inter Milan into paying a far larger portion of Alexis Sanchez’s salary.
As we mentioned before, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial are Manchester United’s first-choice forwards. Other than that, they also have the 17-year-old Mason Greenwood whose Manchester United puts their great faith on him. But still the Red Devils quite concern about their forward option in cas Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial picks up an injury.