Alexis Sanchez has signed for Inter on a three-year deal after Manchester United agreed to tear up his contract.
The Chilean joined United from Arsenal in January 2018 but struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford, scoring just five goals in 45 appearances.
He headed out on loan to Serie A side Inter last summer, with his resurgent form after the resumption of football amid the coronavirus pandemic leading to him becoming a key part of Antonio Conte’s plans.
United will not receive a fee for the Chilean and it is understood the club will have to pay the player a small sum for severing his contract early.
The former Barcelona winger’s deal with the Nerazzurri will run until 2023, with sources having told Goal that he has agreed to a pay cut to secure a switch to San Siro.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who never had plans to get Sanchez back into the team, was complimentary when asked about the former Arsenal man after his side beat LASK in the Europa League on Wednesday night.
“I can confirm we have agreed [a deal for Sanchez to leave]. Alexis enjoyed his time there, they have liked him so that’s a good move for him,” he said.