Inter forward Alexis Sanchez has no intention of leaving top flight European football to a lower level as he still believes that he has a couple more seasons of contributing significantly at the highest level in him.
This according to the player’s agent Fernando Felicevich, who revealed the 33-year-old’s motivations speaking to Chilean newspaper La Tercera and explained that he would not be returning to play in Chile just yet.
Sanchez has already enjoyed a lengthy career playing for some of Europe’s biggest clubs, becoming a breakout star at Udinese before playing for Barcelona, Arsenal, Manchester United, and for the past three seasons, Inter.
The Chilean’s time at the Nerazzurri appears to be coming to an end, as he is no longer in the plans of the club who are aiming to negotiate a termination of his contract with mutual consent.
However, Sanchez has made clear that he wants to find the right sporting project for his next club, amid strong links to Marseille, and Felicevich confirms this.
“I see it as difficult,” he said of an immediate return to Chile. “Sanchez is a competitive animal, he wants to fight to win more titles and prove that he’s still at the top level. I think he still has a couple of years of great career ahead of him.”