Diego Jeria

European market

The Italian sports media, CalcioMercato, published that, despite the interest of Seville and Olympique de Marseille, Alexis Sánchez still has a small illusion of returning to Barcelona. The Wonder Boy played for the Catalans between 2011 and 2014.

CalcioMercato insists: Alexis prefers to return to Barcelona.
© Getty ImagesCalcioMercato insists: Alexis prefers to return to Barcelona.

In Italy Alexis Sanchez continues to be news in the middle of the European market. Unless something very strange happens, the Chilean striker will definitely leave Inter Milan despite still having a contract to fulfill, since he does not fit into coach Simone Inzaghi’s plans. The problem so far is that it is not known where the new house of AS7 will be.

The latest information suggests that the same coach of Olympique de Marseille, Jorge Sampaoli, personally contacted Alexis Sánchez to cement his signing in the French team.

However, in Italy CalcioMercato insists that the Chilean still cannot get the desire to return to the Barcelonawhich increases Inter’s headache in their eagerness to find a team for Alexis.

“Inter: Sánchez has two chances”, headlines CalcioMercato in La Bota, adding briefly that “Alexis Sánchez, a player who will leave Inter, is interested in Marseille and Sevilla, according to Gazzetta dello Sport. The Chilean, whose contract will expire in a year, would prefer to go to Barcelona”.

For its part, the same Gazzetta dello Sport complements that “the focus (of Inter) is on Alexis Sánchez, who is still bidding for a place in the League and is out of Inter’s project, but who will not leave the Nerazzurri coffers alone until that he has not signed for a new club”.

It should be remembered that, together with the interest from Sevilla and Olympique Marsella, and rumors from a few weeks ago about a possible return to the azulgranas, Alexis Sánchez has appeared in this market in the orbit of River Plate, another former AS7 club and to whom Niño himself Maravilla gave him a wink a few days ago.

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