Man Utd directed Old Trafford flop, Alexis Sanchez, on loan to Inter Milan in last summer’s transfer window.
Manchester United are planning to hand Alexis Sanchez a fresh start at Old Trafford with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer set to try and reintegrate the Chilean into his Red Devils squad ahead of next season. Football fans from around the world can purchase Premier League Football Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Sanchez flopped after rocking up at Manchester United in January 2018 and was last summer farmed out on loan to Inter Milan after Ed Woodward failed to find a buyer for the club’s highest earner.
Daily Star report
However, the Daily Star report Manchester United have informed Sanchez’s agents he would not be allowed to join Inter on a permanent basis or head to any other club because they want to recall the 31-year-old and give him a second opportunity to prove he can make it in Manchester.
Sanchez, who would sooner stay in Serie A than return to the Premier League, will be part of Manchester United’s traveling party which goes on their pre-season tour with Solskjaer eager to include him in his first-team plans.
Man Utd, who cannot recall Sanchez this month to help cope with Marcus Rashford’s injury woe, will be well aware that his struggles while on loan at Inter have hardly made him a more attractive proposition for any would-be suitors.
While his stratospheric wages can reach £500,000 a week with bonuses factored in, meaning only a handful of clubs could realistically afford him if they were inclined to make a move.
Solskjaer and Manchester United will now take a chance on Sanchez who is under contract at Old Trafford until 2022 and may yet be sold on next year if round two of the experiment fails.
Sanchez from Arsenal to Man Utd
Sanchez scored just five goals in 45 appearances after leaving Arsenal for Manchester United in a swap deal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan head in the opposite direction two years ago.
The former Udinese and Barcelona star has registered one goal in seven appearances for Inter, although the first half of his campaign was marred by a tendon injury suffered back in October.
Following Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku’s departures, Man Utd has lacked a senior figure in attack this season and the Chile international’s availability would save Solskjaer from having to splash out on an experienced forward.
Solskjaer risks upsetting members of his squad by welcoming Sanchez back into the fold, though, with the No 7 unpopular at Carrington having failed to win over his team-mates in the wake of his January 2018 arrival.
Man Utd is facing the prospect of a summer rebuilding job with plenty of upheaval on the cards as Woodward and co. prepare to back Solskaer in the transfer market.
Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes, who looks increasingly likely to stay put this month is top of Solskjaer’s wish list which also includes Leicester’s James Maddison, Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish and Ajax’s Donny van de Beek as options to inject some much-needed creativity into Manchester United’s midfield.
The Norwegian likes the look of Lyon’s Moussa Dembele, RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner, Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho, and Lille’s Boubakary Soumare as well.
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