Inter Milan reach an agreement to terminate Alexis Sanchez’s contract  

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Inter Milan have reportedly agreed to terminate the contract of Alexis Sanchez.

According to Italian transfer news expert Fabrizio Romano, the San Diego side have reached an agreement with the Chilean for the remaining year of his contract is to be cancelled, allowing him to join any club for free.

“Inter have reached an agreement in principle with Alexis Sanchez to terminate the current contract and part ways with immediate effect,” Romano tweeted.

“Just final detail before it’s signed.

“Sanchez, available as a free agent with Olympique Marseille among clubs, interested,” he concluded.

Sanchez joined Inter Milan in 2019 from Manchester United for an initial loan deal that was made permanent a year later. In three years at the San Siro, he has made 79 competitive appearances for the Italian giants, scoring just 16 times in that period.

The former Barcelona and Arsenal star was mostly used as a squad player off the bench last season, playing 886 minutes and contributing five goals for Inter as they finished second in Serie A and is keen to move to a club where he will be guaranteed regular game time. 

Marseille have enjoyed a fruitful transfer window so far this summer, making eight permanent transfers as they prepare themselves for Champions League football after finishing in second place last season.

A move to the Ligue 1 giants would see Sanchez partner Polish striker and new permanent buy Arkadiusz Milik, who netted 20 goals in all competitions on loan from Napoli last season.