Alexis Sanchez is not currently happy with his situation at Inter, and could make a move away from the club in January, while Arturo Vidal has put his problems behind him and is happy with his current situation.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who detail the respective situations of the Nerazzurri’s two Chileans, currently appearing to be heading in opposite directions.
Sanchez looks to be unsettled at the Giuseppe Meazza, with the Chilean having hinted that he feels he is not getting enough playing time in a social media post.
The 32-year-old who joined the club from Manchester United in the summer of 2019 could be on his way out as early as the January transfer window, although his hefty wages could get in the way of a move, as they already had done in the summer when the interest of Turkish side Fenerbahce failed to get off the ground due to the size of his salary.
The club will sit down with Sanchez and figure out the best solution, as the player is not currently happy and it would suit no parties to have him be a fringe player on high wages.
Meanwhile, his national teammate and friend Vidal has managed to make himself an important part of Simone Inzaghi’s plans at the club after having been strongly linked away during the summer.
The 34-year-old former Juventus, Bayern Munich, and Barcelona midfielder is aware that this is almost certainly his last year in a Nerazzurri shirt, but he wants to make good on his promise to make a big contribution to the club in his final season and his performances have been significant this season.