Manchester United are planning on letting Alexis Sanchez out of the club next summer on loan.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has no plans to work with Alexis Sanchez and would definitely let the Chilean go when he becomes Man United’s permanent boss next summer.
But United are aware that they will have difficulty on selling a player on Sanchez’s massive wages – up to £25million a year.
According to the Sun, the Manchester club are preparing to make Sanchez — who has been a disaster since his transfer from Arsenal last year — available on a loan deal in the hope of tempting clubs.
Sanchez signed a four-and-half-year deal in January 2018 in a swap deal with former Dortmund and Man United star Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Upon Solskjaer’s arrival, the former Barcelona forward has struggled to make any reasonable impact on United squad and the Norwegian is not ready to fight to keep him at the Theatre of Dreams.
The 30-year-old earns a basis wage of £391,000-a-week but that increases with bonuses of up to a potential £500,000-a-week.
This summer so far, Sanchez has scored just two goals, each in the Premier League and FA Cup.