Inter forward Alexis Sanchez is set to leave the club in the summer, with him being unhappy at the amount of playing time that he is being given at the San Siro.
According to a report from La Gazzetta dello Sport, at least five clubs are interested in the Chilean forward, who wants a move away from Inter next summer.
So far this season, Sanchez has played just 70 minutes in Serie A under Simone Inzaghi, and he publicly complained about his lack of playing time after Inter's 2-1 win against Sassuolo during the weekend.
As a result, Inter are open to selling him, especially since he is the club's highest earner, and selling him would make way for some more signings.
The clubs interested in Sanchez include La Liga sides Sevilla, Rayo Vallecano, Real Betis and Valencia, as well as French side Marseille, with former Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli wanting to reunite with Sanchez, yet it remains to be seen whether the Ligue 1 club will be able to reach an agreement with the forward.
It is still uncertain if Sanchez would be ready to take a pay cut in order to leave Inter, but he could accept receiving the same money spread over a three-year deal, which would not make it easy for potential suitors to agree on a deal with him.
Inter are yet to receive a formal offer, but they are prepared to offload him, with the 32-year-old not being in Inzaghi's plans.
The Chilean has made 74 appearances in all competitions for Inter so far since joining the club from Manchester United initially on loan in 2019, and then permanently in 2020, scoring 11 goals and providing 19 assists in the process.