Former Manchester United forward, Alexis Sanchez, has terminated his contract with Inter Milan on mutual consent despite having a year left to run until 2023.
Sanchez joined Nerazzurri before completing a loan move from United in the 2019-2020 season and became the highest-paid player in the club.
However, Simone Inzaghi’s plans for the season do not accommodate Sanchez, instigating the club to negotiate a possible termination of the contract as was agreed with Arturo Vidal.
The Chilean representatives have been locked in a discussion with the Italian club for weeks having refused an earlier proposition by Nerazzurri to pay Sanchez, who receives €7m per season, €4m.
Despite the hitches, both parties have finally reached an agreement of about €4.5m with transfer market expert, Fabrizo Romano adding that clubs are already on standby to swoop in on the 33-year-old.
Sanchez since he left England for Inter Milan, has netted 20 times and provided 23 assists in 108 appearances.
Last season, the player who is obligated to join any club on a free transfer, was featured 27 times for Inter Milan in Serie A and won the Coppa Italian against Juventus.
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