- Alexis Sanchez's future at Inter and Manchester United is in doubt
- Inter Milan are preparing to send him back to Old Trafford this summer
- United on the other hand are not ready to accept him in first team
Former Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is now facing serious difficulties in his career after claims that both Manchester United and Inter Milan are no longer interested in his services.
This is because of how the Chilean has failed to impress the Red Devils board before they sent him to Inter Milan on loan and the Italian side are not also convinced in retaining him.
Before the season was suspended in Europe due to the threat of coronavirus, Alexis Sanchez failed to impress Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte.
And as it stands now, Alexis Sanchez is reportedly expected to return to Manchester United with UK Sun claiming that he might not be allowed to train with the first team.
The report added that United handler Ole Solskjaer felt that there are much negativity around Alexis Sanchez and would be made to stay away from the first squad.
Before the lockdown began, Manchester United were on the run of 11 games unbeaten and Ole Solskjaer does not want a distraction in his new young side.
Manchester United's major trouble now is that Alexis Sanchez has two more years on his deal with the Red Devils and no club is currently looking for him.
United may be forced to pay the ex Barcelona star part of what he will collect on his contract for him to walk away from Old Trafford.
Before Sanchez was loaned to Inter Milan, there were reports that he was wanted by some clubs in China in which he rejected going to Asia.
He may however have no other option than to move to that part of the world this summer.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how an unnamed director of football in Europe has allegedly stated that he would not be surprised if Cristiano Ronaldo returns to his former club Manchester United.
The former Real Madrid striker has been heavily linked with a move away from Turin following huge financial crisis of Juventus due to the rampaging coronavirus pandemic.
Reports coming from Italy earlier in the week have it that the club are already in a financial mess and may not be able to continue paying Ronaldo’s mammoth £510,000-a-week wages.
Spanish journalist Guillem Balague has claimed that a director of football with a big club in Europe said he would not be surprised if Manchester United make a move for the former Red Devil.
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