Inter Milan forward Alexis Sanchez is not ruling out the possibility of a future in Liga MX or MLS.

Speaking to Chilean news outlet TUDN, via FCInterNews, the 34-year-old nevertheless stressed that his thoughts are only on the Nerazzurri at the moment.

So far, Sanchez has shown few signs of slowing down as far as his career in Europe.

The Chilean is not necessarily a first-choice starter for Inter this season. But he has made the conscious decision to come back to play in Serie A, a choice that is hardly motivated by money.

Sanchez has always been a player who is outspoken about wanting to play at the highest level.

Therefore, even well into his thirties the former Manchester United, Arsenal, and Barcelona man is still insistent on playing at a team of the level of Inter.

But that doesn’t mean that there still won’t be time for other experiences.

Sanchez is only under contract with Inter until the end of next June. The Chilean signed a one-year deal during the summer transfer window.

Then, there could be all sorts of opportunities for Sanchez to continue his adventure in football in a new context.

And for his part, Sanchez is not ruling out playing across the Atlantic Ocean in North America.

Inter Forward Alexis Sanchez Hints At Possible Future In Liga MX Or MLS

As far as whether he’d like to make the move to Liga MX, Sanchez said that “I’d like to go and play in Mexico.”

“The other day I was talking about it with a friend,” he continued.

“It’s a country that attracts my attention because the clubs have very passionate fans.”

He added that “I’d like to play there, but I don’t know when.”

Sanchez also noted that “I don’t know which team exactly. There are several that I know of.”

Sanchez named “Pachuca or America, whose supporters I like, and because of what Diego Valdes told me about them.”

And Sanchez also didn’t rule out the possibility of a move to the United States at some point during his career.

“I would also like to experience another culture, another language,” the Chilean said,

“I’d like to improve my English,” he said.

Sanchez noted that “I would like to live in Los Angeles or Miami. I don’t know.”

“But at the moment I don’t have anything concrete in hand, I’m focused on Inter, where I’m giving my all.”