Alexis Sánchez’s future beyond this season remains uncertain.
Manchester United allowed the forward to join Inter Milan on loan, and three days ago, reports coming out of Italy explained the 31-year-old will ask the Red Devils for a ‘good exit’ this summer.
On July 16th, Gazzetta dello Sport reported the Serie A side want to sort out a deal to sign the Chilean in the next 20 days.
Antonio Conte’s side still have five fixtures left in the league and then those are followed by Europa League matches.
The Nerazzurri sealed a 4-0 away win over SPAL on Thursday, and prior to the tie, DAZN asked Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta about his side’s plans for the United owned player.
“We must remember that he was absent for months because of an injury that affected him. Today he is showing his qualities, which we did not just find out today,” Marotta said, as quoted by TuttoMercatoWeb.
“He’s an important player. It is premature to talk about the future, his rights belong to United. We will also evaluate his future with the coach, however, thinking that he is not our player and we will have to buy him.”
Since the restart, the South American has been in fine form for the Italian side and he’s been directly involved in eight goals (two goals and six assists).
Should Sánchez continue to impress with his displays in the remaining fixtures, it may convince Inter to sign him on a permanent deal this summer.