Alexis Sanchez Signs Termination Contract to Bid Inter Farewell

Alexis Sanchez and Inter have officially parted ways, the club confirmed via an official statement. The Chile international has finally left the Nerazzurri after a summer saga that extended far beyond anyone’s imagination. Sanchez was not included in Simeone Inzaghi’s plans for the 2022/23 season, and given his high wage demands, it only seemed logical that the ex-Barcelona striker would leave the club.

Inter were forced to pay the Chilean a severance fee to mutually terminate the contract that was valid until June 2023. He visited Vialle della Liberazione earlier in the day to rip up his Inter contract that allows him to leave Milan immediately.

Sanchez’s next destination will be French giants Olympique de Marseille, who will sign him on a free transfer following the contract termination.

The Nerazzurri were reportedly forced to pay €5M in order to compensate the Chilean for his loss of salary with one more year remaining on his Inter contract.

The former Arsenal man will join Marseille on a two-year deal after being linked to them the whole of the summer.

Inter first signed Sanchez on loan in 2019/20 and then on a free transfer the following campaign. He has gone on to make 109 appearances for the Nerazzurri, scoring 20 goals in the process – with the Scudetto, Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana titles under his belt.