Alexis Sanchez is close to completing a move away from Manchester United to the Serie A, with reports claiming that the Chilean forward has agreed personal terms with Inter.
Whilst the forward has underperformed massively for Manchester United after his move to the club from Arsenal back in January 2018, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has praised his hard work over pre-season, saying that surprisingly, he "might end up playing a lot more games than you expect".
However, reports on Sunday have indicated that the Chilean might be heading to Italy once again, after he played there for Udinese from 2006 up until 2011.
With Sanchez being the highest-paid player at Manchester United, he has reportedly accepted to take a pay-cut at Inter in order to get his career back on track, something that he was unwilling to do for Roma, who he refused to go to.
If Sanchez does move to Inter, he will be following in Romelu Lukaku's footsteps, after the Belgian, who has a very good relationship with Sanchez, moved to Inter at the start of this month.
The deal is expected to be an initial loan with an option to buy, with United also paying a portion of his salary during the loan period.