The Nerazzurri are making another attempt to sign Alexis Sanchez.
The latest news comes from England’s The Sun, who reports that Inter are preparing to offer an astonishing €79 million for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez.
When Sanchez was with Udinese years back, Inter tried to sign him before he ultimately chose to go to Barcelona.
Despite the denial from Arsene Wenger about his winger departing, there doesn’t seem to be anything planned regarding a new contract for the Chilean.
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Inter’s new Chinese ownership has the financial strength to bid for world class players, which puts this possible transfer from an “impossible” status, to plausible.
New head coach Frank De Boer has requested and received an agreement for a big investment to bring Sanchez to Milano. He also doesn’t want it dependent on a Mauro Icardi sale. In other words, he wants to ensure Inter qualify for the UEFA Champions League in 2017/18.
Coincidentally enough, the Gunners have been hot on the trail of Mauro Icardi for quite some time. It remains to be seen how this will all work out.