Inter Milan and Chilean forward has thrown a jibe at Manchester United after he joined black and blues.

The Chilean who recently put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the Italian giants, making him part ways with United earlier this week despite having two years left in his £560k-a-week contract at Old Trafford has said that the club isn’t a match for Inter Milan when it comes to hunger for success.

Alexis Sanchez is now a player of Inter Milan putting an end to his miserable spell with Manchester United.

The 31 year old signed for the Red Devils in January 2017 from local rivals Arsenal, but he has since struggled to get only 21 league starts and five goals in the period of 18 months before being shipped out on loan to the Nerrazuris last summer.

He’d surely go down in history into the club’s book of unfruitful signings. Due to his failed attempt to fit into the club, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to send him out 12 months ago and then he’s revived his dwindling career.

Despite Alexis steady race to top form again, the Norwegian gaffer had no intention of reinstate Sanchez into his 2020-21 season making the United owners to pay off Sanchez in other end their affairs.

United paid Alexis Sanchez £9million so as to part ways with each other making United save £30million in the process. If Alexis Sanchez was to see off his contract, it would cost the club about £55million, that fee is even enough to sign a quality player.


The deal was a win win situation for both parties as it had great positives for them financially and career wise.

After signing for Football Club Internazionale Milano, Sanchez went to his social media handle to say the reason for his move to Inter Milan, stylishly saying that the Antonio Conte led side have a greater desire to fight than his previous club.

“I’m really happy to be staying here with you, Inter fans,” said Sanchez. “I’ve found a family here and the staff are great.

“It’s a group where there’s a real desire to win something big. People here want to fight together as a team to give the club the success it deserves.

“I’m hungry and I want to win. My goal is to make all the fans happy.
“I’m here to win and I’m happy that I’m staying here at Inter.”

The ex-Arsenal and Barcelona forward has inked a three-year deal with Inter, who could face United in the Europa League final later this month.