New interest in ‘Maravilla’: historic club that returned to Serie A probes Alexis Sánchez | Soccer

New interest in ‘Maravilla’: historic club that returned to Serie A probes Alexis Sánchez | Soccer
New interest in ‘Maravilla’: historic club that returned to Serie A probes Alexis Sánchez | Soccer

In the last few hours, a new club appeared in Alexis Sánchez’s sights. From Italy, specifically the Fantamaster portal, they point out that Parma would be probing the ‘Wonder Boy’.

Alexis Sanchez is close to ending his contract with Inter Milan, specifically on June 30, and everything indicates that the ‘Wonder Boy’ will have to look for another destination to continue his successful career.

Despite the surprising stance of the ‘neroazzurro’ coach Simone Inzaghi, of wanting to keep the squad for the next season, the Lombard leadership would have decided the exit of the tocopillano.

Clubs like Udinese, River Plate, Flamengo and Trabzonspor They have expressed interest in having the two-time American champion with La Roja and have consulted about his situation.

For now, Alexis feels that at 35 years old he is still in a position to shine in Europe and, furthermore, he seeks to become the top Chilean scorer on that continent. He has 199 goals and is seven from the first, Ivan Zamorano.

And in the last few hours a new club appeared in the Chilean striker’s sights. From Italy, specifically the Fantamaster portal, points out that the Parma I would be probing Sánchez.

I Crociati loves Alexis like your new starwhich allows them to gain goals and quality on offense with the objective of having an outstanding 2024-25 campaign and forgetting about a new relegation.

“Parma does not want to repeat the mistakes of the past and intends to focus on some experienced players, including international ones. In this sense, The Emilian club would be probing the profile of Alexis Sánchezwhose contract with Inter expires and who could arrive free,” the publication mentions.

However, the negotiations for the former Arsenal, Manchester United, FC Barcelona and Olympique de Marseille would be seen “complicated given the economic demands of the Chilean”.

 
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