Alexis Sanchez: Former Man Utd and Arsenal forward ends Inter Milan contract to become free agent Transfer Center News

Former Manchester United and Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has terminated his Inter Milan contract to become a free agent, with Marseille showing interest in signing him.

sky in italy understands the Serie A side has struck a deal with Sanchez over severance pay on his deal which was originally due to expire next summer, and he will now be free to join a new club.

The 33-year-old joined Inter permanently on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2020, following a successful season-long loan last season.

He failed to nail a starting position and was primarily used as a substitute for Antonio Conte and Simone Inzaghi.

Alexis Sanchez celebrates his goal for Inter Milan
Sanchez scored 20 goals in 109 appearances in all competitions for Inter

Chile won the Inter Italian Super Cup in January, beating rivals Juventus 2–1 to also win Serie A and the Coppa Italia with a last-second extra-time goal.

However, Romelu Lukaku’s return to the club paved the way for Sanchez to be dropped from Inzaghi’s team.

Sanchez’s hefty salary proved to be a stumbling block for potential incoming such as Paulo Dybala, who eventually joined Roma.

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