Inter Milan announced the termination of the contract with veteran Chilean star Alexis Sanchez, after 3 years spent in the Nerazzurri, winning the Italian League title, the Italian Cup, and the Super Cup.
“Inter Milan announces that it has reached an agreement to terminate the contract of Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez by mutual consent,” Inter said on their official website.
It added, “The club would like to thank Alexis for the three seasons he spent in the Nerazzurri, which culminated in winning three titles and wish him success for the rest of his career.”
And after arriving in 2019 from Manchester United, Sanchez has never been able to achieve continuity at Inter Milan, with little impact compared to his potential.
According to Italian reports, his agent agreed to terminate the contract early by mutual consent in exchange for 4.5 million euros in compensation for the termination of service, and he may move to Olympique Marseille as a free player.
The 33-year-old joined Inter initially on loan from Manchester United in 2019, then made the move permanently free a year later, in exchange for the Nerazzurri receiving his current salary of €7m per season.
Sanchez made 108 competitive matches in the Inter shirt, scoring 20 goals and providing 23 assists.