Alexis Sanchez returning to former club

Chile international, Alex Sanchez is set for a shock return to former club, Inter Milan.

Transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, made this known via social networking service, Twitter, saying that Inter Milan CEO Moratta had confirmed Sanchez wants to return to the Serie A giants this summer.

Taking to his page on Monday: “Alexis Sánchez could return to Inter, as CEO Marotta confirms: “Correa wants to have more space and yes, Sánchez is keen on returning here. Alexis sent us clear messages about his desire to re-join Inter, it’s true”.

The 34-year-old is out of contract with French Ligue 1 side Marseille after his contract expired this summer. Sanchez has played for Inter Milan, Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona in the past.

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Former Manchester City forward, Sergio Aguero claimed that Lionel Messi chose to join Inter Miami over moving to Saudi Arabia because of his family’s convenience.

Messi moved to Inter Miami in July 2023 after rejecting a world-record contract from Saudi Arabian club, Al Hilal.

Aguero told Stake that the 36-year-old Argentina captain may have been tired of high-level football and thus decided to join the American club, where he can play and relax.

He said; “I think that at the end of this stage, with the age that Leo [Lionel Messi] and Cristiano are, and many players aged 32 and 33, maybe they are tired of so much demand to be at a high level.

“I think that Leo opted for him and his family to be well and to be able to play as relaxed as possible; and in the other case if he had been playing in Europe, obviously that the requirement is different and so he can’t play his last years the way he wanted, which is to enjoy, right?

“And obviously, I think that between Miami and Arabia, I think he chose Miami for convenience. Miami is a nice place, there are lots of Latinos, and I think he also saw it from the family side, which I think they can fit quite well in Miami, and in Arabia it can be more complicated, right? I think he saw nothing more than that”.