Manchester United have reportedly formed a plan in order to be able to move on their troubled star Alexis Sanchez.
The Chilean has struggled to make a notable impact since signing from Arsenal and it’s become clear his wages are no longer worth what he’s producing on the pitch.
Not only has the former Barcelona man put in poor shifts but his salary is said to have really messed up United’s wage structure with several of their stars demanding pay raises.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refused to discuss Sanchez’s future so it was telling how he didn’t seem to want to confirm his desire to keep the player as he did with David de Gea.
All the signs point to the winger’s departure this summer but it will take some doing to offload him to the interested parties.
According to Metro, Corriere dello Sport report that the Red Devils have promised Alexis he will be allowed to leave on loan this summer with Inter Milan and Juventus interested in a potential deal.
It’s believed a buy-on clause will be included in the loan deal so that the versatile attacker could be offloaded permanently.
Manchester United are also said to be willing to pay off a part of his wages in order to attract potential suitors.