According to Sky Italia, Alexis Sanchez has terminated his contract with Inter Milan in order to become a free agent; the former Manchester United and Arsenal forward is attracting interest from Marseille this summer. At Inter Milan, Sanchez won Serie A, the Coppa Italia, and the Italian Super Cup.
Alexis Sanchez, a former Manchester United and Arsenal forward, has terminated his Inter Milan contract in order to become a free agent, with Marseille interested in signing him.
According to Sky Italia, the Serie A club has reached an agreement with Sanchez over severance pay on his contract, which was set to expire next summer, and he will now be free to join a new club.
After a successful season-long loan spell with Manchester United the previous season, the 33-year-old joined Inter on a free transfer in 2020.
He failed to establish himself as a starter and was mostly used as a substitute by Antonio Conte and Simone Inzaghi.
In January, the Chilean won the Italian Super Cup with a last-second extra-time goal to defeat rivals Juventus 2-1, while also lifting Serie A and the Coppa Italia.
However, the return of Romelu Lukaku to the club allowed Sanchez to be left out of Inzaghi’s squad.
Sanchez’s high salary was a stumbling block for potential newcomers such as Paulo Dybala, who eventually joined Roma.