Alexis Sanchez has secured an agreement with Inter Milan to have his contract cancelled, and is now expected to sign with Marseille. The Serie A team’s highest-paid player was the Chilean international, and Inter reportedly wanted to get him off their payroll. At Inter Milan, where he played three seasons, Sanchez amassed 20 goals, including nine last year.
After his contract with Inter Milan was canceled on Monday, Alexis Sanchez is expected to sign with Marseille on a free transfer.
His contract, which was set to end next summer, has been canceled, according to Inter.
According to reports, he will allegedly sign a two-year contract this weekend and join the Ligue 1 team.
In 108 appearances for Inter, Sanchez scored 20 goals while winning the Serie A championship and the Coppa Italia.
The club would like to thank Alexis for his three seasons with the Nerazzurri, which culminated in the conquest of three trophies, and wishes him the best going forward in his career, Inter stated in a brief statement.
The former forward for Arsenal and Manchester United made history by scoring against Juventus in the final seconds of the Italian Super Cup final last year to secure a 2-1 victory after extra time.
Antonio Conte and Simone Inzaghi, who employed Sanchez most recently, largely used him as a substitute.
Inzaghi’s intentions for the 2022–23 season have been affected by Romelu Lukaku’s return to the club this summer on a one-year loan from Chelsea, which has seen Sanchez excluded.
According to reports, Inter’s desire to make the additions they wanted this summer has been hampered by Sanchez’s high salaries. According to reports, because Inter at the time couldn’t afford to buy him, forward Paulo Dybala chose Roma over Inter.
Recent additions to Inter include Lukaku, Joaquin Correa, Kristjan Asllani, Raoul Bellanova, Andre Onana, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Inter’s Serie A season in 2022–23 gets underway against Lecce on Saturday night.