Inter, Sanchez has clear ideas: “I evaluate all offers, but my idea is to continue in Europe”

At the end of the friendly match won 3-0 by Chile against Paraguay, Inter striker Alexis Sanchez spoke to the microphones The Tercera, also speaking about his future which will be far from Milan, once the annual contract signed last summer expires: “I evaluate all the offers, I’m calm, I like football. I want to play in a place where they love me and appreciate me. my will is to continue in Europe, this is my idea.” Panathinaikos, Como and Udinese are interested in him, while Parma has denied being on the trail of Nino Maravilla through their sporting director Pederzoli.

The carreer
Sanchez began his professional career at Cobreloa, a Chilean club, where he made his debut in 2005. In 2006 he was bought by Udinese, but spent two seasons on loan, first at Colo-Colo in Chile and then at River Plate in Argentina, where he won the respective championships. In 2008 he returned to Udinese, where he showed his extraordinary attacking skills and formed a formidable attacking trident with Antonio Di Natale and Fabio Quagliarella. In 2011 he was bought by Barcelona for around 26 million euros, becoming the first Chilean to play for the Catalan club. With Barcelona he won numerous titles, including a La Liga, a Copa del Rey, a Spanish Super Cup, a UEFA Super Cup and a FIFA Club World Cup, contributing with decisive goals and assists. In 2014 he moved to Arsenal for around €35 ​​million, where he quickly became one of the team’s most important players. With the Gunners he won two FA Cups and two Community Shields, standing out for his speed, dribbling and ability to score important goals. In January 2018 he joined Manchester United in a swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

However, he failed to repeat his Arsenal performances, and after a difficult period, he was loaned out to Inter in 2019. In August 2020, Sánchez signed a permanent contract with Inter, where he contributed to winning Serie A in 2021. Subsequently, in the summer of 2022, he moved to Marseille, continuing to show his qualities in Ligue 1. With the Chilean national team, Sánchez had a very successful career, winning two consecutive Copa América in 2015 and 2016 and becoming the best scorer in the history of the Chilean national team.