Alexis Sánchez makes the switch from Manchester United to Internazionale. The 31-year-old attacker was committed on Thursday for a free transfer by the club for which he already played on a rental basis this season.
Sánchez previously played for Udinese in Italy and then played for FC Barcelona, Arsenal and United. His time in Manchester turned out to be a disappointment: the Chilean scored five goals in 45 games.
At Inter, where he will sign until mid-2023, Sánchez was the base player this season under coach Antonio Conte. The attacker took action thirty times on behalf of the number two of Serie A and scored four goals and ten assists.
The ambitious Inter, who last won the championship in 2010 and also won the Champions League in that year, previously captured defender Achraf Hakimi (Real Madrid) and midfielder Nicolò Barella (Cagliari), for a total of 65 million euros.
At United it is still quiet in the transfer area, except for Sánchez's departure, although according to English media the 'Red Devils' are busy attracting Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.
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