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Sanchez wants to stay in Europe despite the offer from MLS

Mon 01 November 2021 | 19:22

Inter’s forward Alexis Sanchez thinks that he can still play in Europe.

Inter’s

forward, who has been struggling for a regular starting place in the club has received an offer from MLS, but the reports suggest that the former Barcelona and Manchester United star wants to keep playing in Europe and thinks that he can play at that level for a few years.

There have been many reports about the Chile international’s future with the Nerazzurri as he has been unable to prove himself as an important part of the Serie A champions’ lineup.

Sanchez

started his first game this season last week against Empoli, and he provided an assist for his side. Despite the reports about the player’s interest in staying in European leagues, it is still possible for him to move to MLS at the end of the season if he fails to convince his current club or other teams to sign him.

The 32-year-old forward is so sure about his ability to play at the highest level and is thinking about retiring at one of the big European leagues, but he has played only six games in Serie A and has provided two assists for his side, which doesn’t seem convincing from a player who plans to stay in major leagues, so we have to wait and see what happens for the Chile international in the future.


source: SportMob

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