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Alexis Sanchez: Talks advancing on Manchester United leave settlement

Alexis Sanchez's exit would let loose Man Utd's famous No 7 shirt, a similar number worn by Jadon Sancho at Borussia Dortmund

Alexis Sanchez has spent this season on loan at Inter Milan
Alexis Sanchez has spent this season on loan at Inter Milan
Talks are advancing on a settlement which is thought will see Alexis Sanchez leave Manchester United on a free exchange to join Inter Milan on a changeless arrangement. 

Sanchez has been on credit at Inter since August 2019 with United despite everything paying a huge bit of his £560k seven days compensation.
The Chile global would get a payout from United for dropping his agreement, which despite everything has two years to run. The subtleties of the payout are obscure however the estimation of the staying two years in compensation is around £55m. 

Sanchez is set to sign a three-year contract with Inter worth £6.3m every year. An arrangement ought to be finished for this present week and would mean Sanchez is qualified to play for Inter in this current season's Europa League rivalry. 

Should an arrangement be finished, it would mean United's famous No 7 shirt would be empty. 

The shirt has been worn by George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona and David Beckham. It is additionally, by chance, a similar number Jadon Sancho wears for Borussia Dortmund. 

Sanchez would leave Old Trafford in the wake of scoring five objectives in 45 appearances since his trade bargain including Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who joined Arsenal, in January 2018. 

Talking in August 2019 upon his transition to Inter Milan, Sky Sports' Gary Neville was severe in his appraisal of the Chilean's time at Old Trafford. 

"I figured he would be a forward who might play the whole way across the line, who scored objectives and was persevering, however Sanchez has been a flat out debacle. I have no clue about what's befallen him. There must be two of them. Nobody could have predicted the calamity that was going to occur with Alexis Sanchez. 

"I don't have the foggiest idea what befallen him. That wasn't the Alexis Sanchez that played at Arsenal. He wasn't old when United marked him. He'd been demonstrated. We realized United would get just several years out of him, I realize his wages were monstrous. 

"Be that as it may, my point is, nobody could have predicted how awful he would be for the club." 

Sanchez at Man Utd: Where did it turn out badly? 

Sky Sports' Adam Bate: 

'This was no moderate decay. Sanchez had been named Arsenal's player of the year only eight months preceding joining United yet continued to battle from the beginning. Burnout was offered as a clarification yet after his first summer off in quite a while his structure abandoned him totally. 

'How did one of the Premier League's most energizing players gotten its greatest bust?'

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