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Sánchez, Valencia offered escape route

Sánchez, Valencia offered escape route - manchester united, Inter Milan, Antonio Valencia, alexis sanchez

Manchester United duo Alexis Sánchez and Antonio Valencia could be on their way to Italian side Inter Milan, with the club believed to be interested in a summer deal for both players.

Alexis’ records have been way below decent since joining Manchester United, and the struggling forward could be on the way out of his current misery, enroute to the San Siro to make a new start to his aging career.

However, Sánchez would have to take a pay cut from his massive £500,000 a week salary, which has blown all transfer suitors away in the past.

Solskjaer has no dense plans involving the Chilean, and according to TheIndependent, ‘Sanchez would have to drop his demands significantly for Inter to make a move, and the player’s camp are considering whether it would be worth the cut.’

Antonio Valencia on the hand, has no case with Manchester United beyond the current season, as Solskjaer confirmed he will be leaving in the summer.

Valencia favours a move to the Major league soccer, but the reports states the Ecuadorian would have to switch back to a winger role to secure a move.

Should Antonio Valencia fail to come to terms with a team in the USA, he could be offered a chance to continue his career in the Serie A, with Inter Milan also interested in signing the right back.

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