Manchester United are ready to offer Alexis Sanchez a fresh start at Old Trafford despite being on loan currently at Inter Milan, MySportDab reports.
Sanchez flopped after signing for United in January 2018 and was the last player loaned out to Inter Milan in the summer, with no buyer interested.
However, According to The Daily Star, Manchester United have informed Sanchez’s agents he can’t join Inter on a permanent deal or join any other club because they want to recall him back and give him a second opportunity to prove himself.
MySportDab understands Sanchez is likely to be part of United’s travelling party for their pre-season tour, with Coach Solskjaer keen to include him in his first-team plans.
United, who cannot recall Sanchez from Inter this January are well aware that his injury problems at Inter have not made him any more attractive to potential suitors.
While his extraordinary wages of upto £500,000 a week with bonuses added in, means only a few top clubs could afford him if they were wanted to make a move.
Solskjaer and United will now give Sanchez another chance, the Chile international is under contract at Old Trafford until 2022 and may still be sold if he fails to impress again.
Sanchez scored only five goals in 45 appearances at Manchester United after leaving Arsenal in a swap deal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan join the Gunners two years ago.
The former Barcelona played has scored one goal in seven appearances for Inter, although he barely played in the first half of this season due to injuries.
Following Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku’s exits, Manchester United have lacked a senior player in attack this season and the Chile international’s availability next summer could save the club from spending on a new player.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer risks upsetting the members of his squad by welcoming Sanchez back into the team, though, with the No 7 has failed to win over his team-mates since his transfer.
It certainly appears that Sanchez’s best football days are far behind him, but the 31-year-old’s United career may not be finally over just yet.