Alexis Sanchez has received praise from manager Antonio Conte, who is preparing to unveil him as a permanent signing at Inter Milan.
Sanchez is set to end his Manchester United nightmare this week and sign new terms in Italy.
An official announcement of Sanchez’s change is expected Thursday morning, after the two clubs have reached an agreement.
Alexis Sanchez received praise from boss Antonio Conte ahead of his move
Sanchez played for Inter on Wednesday night as he beat Getafe in the Europa League
Speaking ahead of formalities, Conte admitted it has been a long process to see Sanchez get back into shape, but Inter are now seeing the fruits of his labor.
“I think Alexis Sanchez’s move is a great club move. Considering the conditions under which we managed to get Alexis, it was a very good transfer, ”said Conte. Sky Sport Italia Wednesday night, the day after Inter’s 2-0 Europa League victory over Getafe.
“He was out two years when he really struggled at Manchester United and then he had that injury with us and we took the time to get him back on track so it’s just that we are now in a position to ‘to reap the rewards. effort, ”he added.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Sanchez will leave, before giving his best wishes to the Chilean
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted his side just haven’t seen the best of the talented Sanchez, but wished him luck in his future endeavors.
After United beat LASK to advance in Europa League as well on Wednesday, Solskjaer said BT Sport: ‘I can confirm that [transfer].
Alexis had a great time there, a great player, so we wish him good luck. We wish him the best.
“He’s a top player. For some reason we haven’t seen the best of Alexis but he’s a top professional and we wish all the best.
United and Inter have now entered the final stages of the Europa League, which is set to end in tournament form in Germany.
Sanchez could therefore still come up against his former club before the end of the season.
As for United, the change in Sanchez’s breathtaking weekly wages eases the purse strings, before the club make a new offer for Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho.