Juventus are ready to offer Alexis Sanchez a way out of Manchester.
The Chilean international has endured a disastrous 14 months at Manchester United, and is now said to be looking for a fresh start elsewhere.
However, there has been a shortage of clubs willing to secure his services, all thanks to his poor form, age, and a humongous wage packet.
But now, according to CalcioMercato, a new interested parties seems to have entered the fray, in the form of Italian giants Juventus.
The Turin-based outfit is ready to sign Alexis, provided the 30-year-old is willing to take a pay cut. This means that the forward, who currently pockets £500,000-a-week, will have to make do with a salary in the region of £400,000-a-week.
Manchester United would prefer to sell the player on a permanent basis. But if a complete sale isn’t possible, the Reds would also be happy to send Sanchez out on loan – a prospect wherein they could also end up subsiding his salary.
Meanwhile, the former Arsenal star continues to recover from his knee ligament injury, and is currently seeing a specialist in Spain.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed as much over the weekend, as he stated: “He’s not been on grass yet, he’s been seeing his people in Barcelona.
“He’s still a few weeks away so if we get to round about the Everton, City, and Chelsea games he’ll probably be available. Alexis is such a determined lad, he loves football and is doing everything he can to get back and show his best side.”