Updates on the Alexis Sánchez saga continue to come out every hour or so, and it seems there have been some developments on the negotiations between Manchester United and Inter.
This morning, we covered claims from Gazzetta Dello Sport saying the clubs had agreed a loan with a buying option of €15m.
What was said to be holding the deal for now was an initial fee, with the Red Devils asking for €2m or so to let the player go sign for the Italian side.
However, in a story this afternoon, website Calciomercato comes up saying the clubs have agreed a ‘dry’ loan, with no initial fee to be paid.
Calciomercato says the buying option could still have a little change, but should indeed be of around €15m.
Sánchez’ salary is also being discussed, as each club will pay for a percentage of it. They say the Chilean makes €13m per season, and Inter Milan will ‘get rid’ of €7m or €8m, leaving it for Man United to afford.
It’s claimed this is the ‘final sprint’ for the transfer, and the player is only waiting for the green light so he can travel to Italy.