Previous
Manchester City
West Ham United
11:30 AM UTC
Game Details
Next

No recent activity

Man United want Alexis Sanchez back from Inter loan next season - sources

Shaka Hislop praises Man United's players for taking control against Tranmere when the opportunity arose.
Steve Nicol says it won't matter who Man United's manager is until the players on the pitch are better.

Manchester United are ready to offer Alexis Sanchez a chance to revive his Old Trafford career in the summer, sources have told ESPN.

Sanchez is spending the season on loan at Inter Milan but the Italian side do not have an option to buy and the Chilean has been told he is expected back at Carrington in July. 

- Transfer Grades: All the big moves rated
- When does the transfer window close?
- All major completed transfer deals

The 31-year-old endured a disastrous spell at the club following his move from Arsenal in January 2018 and while United remain open to offers, they will not sanction a cut-price exit to get him off the books.

His £500,000-a-week deal runs until 2022 and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told it is likely he will have to include the former Barcelona man in his plans for next season.

Sanchez has struggled with injury since his temporary move to San Siro and has scored just once in six appearances.

Meanwhile, United are set to continue talks with Sporting Lisbon as they look to agree a fee for midfielder Bruno Fernandes.

The two clubs have until Friday's transfer deadline to reach a compromise. United are keen to agree a structured deal worth around €60 million but it remains €20m short of Sporting's valuation. 

Sources have told ESPN that United are unwilling to go above a guaranteed fee of €55m while the Portuguese wide want €60m up front another €20m in bonuses.

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.