Alex Sanchez could join Inter Milan on loan before summer transfer window shuts. Recently, Inter inquired over a loan deal for the forward.

Alexis Sanchez

The Manchester United player wants to link-up with ex-Manchester United former striker Romelu Lukaku at Inter Milan.

The problem remains on the 30-year-old Sanchez’s weekly salary of £90,000. Inter Milan will pay less than half of the total amount. On the Red Devils side, the offer is unacceptable. However,the issue does not deter Sanchez from joining the ex-striker Romelu Lukaku.

The former Barcelona and Arsenal player is reluctant to accept the insignificant wage cut that would make he moves easier to complete.

Inter Milan remains keen on Chile forward. It has had a huge disappointment at the Old Trafford scoring 5 goals in a season and a half. Sanchez scored many times for his country at the Copa America this summer as he did the entire 2018/19 campaign.

Alex Sanchez’s Fate.

If Inter Milan fails to increase their figures by the time European transfer window closes, Sanchez will have no choice but to remain at Old Trafford until January.

Unless the United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer changes his mind. Sanchez who played alongside Matteo, Smalling and Jones in a closed-door friendly against Sheffield United, likely will only be involved in Europa League campaigns and United’s Carabao Cup this season.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Reports over Sanchez

Alex Sanchez Ole

United manager, Ole Gunner dismissed claims in the press about Alex Sanchez in the club’s if he does not leave this summer.

“Alex is a very professional and he comes to work every single day, really hard, and he wants to be a part of this.”

“They are stories again that he’s been putting in the reserves and all this, of course, he hasn’t,” said Ole Gunner.

Sanchez’s as well responded to possible role in this season. He added, “we don’t have the biggest forward line in numbers. So Alex might end up playing a lot more games than you expect. We expect him to become a good player at this club. He’s quality.”