- Alexis Sanchez has completed a three-year move to Inter Milan
- The Chilean forward failed to impress during his time at Old Trafford
- Sanchez and his Inter Milan teammates will play in Champions League next term
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Italian professional club Inter Milan have officially announced the signing of Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez joining the side on a three-year deal from Manchester United.
The Nerazzurri took to their official website to welcome the former Arsenal man who failed to impress at Old Trafford while with the Red Devils.
Sanchez, who has been on loan at Inter since August 2019, will receive a small pay-off from United after agreeing to waive the final two years of his £560k-per-week contract.
His move to Manchester United from Arsenal was a big one which was celebrated, but Alexis Sanchez was unable to impress the Old Trafford chiefs which forced him to leave.
He played 45 games for Manchester United in all competition and was able to score only five goals for the Red Devils.
"Everyone at Manchester United wishes Alexis Sanchez all the best in his future career as he joins Inter Milan on a permanent transfer,'' Manchester United said in a statement.
Alexis Sanchez will hope to rediscover his form next season at Inter Milan as he will be playing in the Champions League for Antonio Conte's side.
Conte was given the mandate last season to win the Serie A title, but he was unable to beat competition from Juventus who were crowned champions.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Antonio Conte who is the coach of Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan has explained that Nigerian winger Victor Moses is gradually finding his rhythm at the club.
This latest talk from Antonio Conte comes days after Inter Milan defeated Brescia in which Victor Moses was superb in the crucial encounter.
Victor Moses won a penalty for Inter Milan in the encounter in which former Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez scored the kick for Antonio Conte's side.
Conte who also coached Victor Moses during his reign at Premier League side Chelsea has now stated that the Nigerian will soon pick up his best form for Inter Milan.
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