Inter Milan have yet to agree with Manchester United to extend Alexis sanchezThe loan deal for the remainder of the campaign but are “optimistic” a deal can be reached, according to club CEO Giuseppe Marotta.
Marotta said the Italian giants were in a similar scenario with the Nigerian winger Victor Moses, arrived in January from Chelsea, as they are in talks with Bayern Munich over the winger Ivan Perisic extend his stay with the German club beyond June 30, when all loan agreements are due to end.
– FC TV: Stream FC Daily on ESPN +
– Insider diary: Bale, Zidane at breaking point
As domestic and European club competitions continue through July and August due to delays caused by the coronavirus, Inter are hoping lenders will be allowed to stay until the end of the season.
“With two days before the original date [June 30] of the end of the campaign, we still have to deal with their teams to extend their loans, “said Marotta Sky Italy.
“This is a regulatory anomaly that needs to be corrected.
“We are also dealing with Bayern for Perisic. We hope that these situations will not have an impact on the results of the teams.”
Injuries have limited Sanchez to 12 league appearances for Inter this season.
The winger, who is linked with United until June 2022, arrived at the Milan club last summer in search of a career spark.
United have already made a deal with Roma to have Chris SmallingThe loan spell has extended and United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær doesn’t expect the lenders to return to the club prematurely.
“Chris has certainly had a very good season in Rome,” Solskjær said on Friday.
“Alexis has had injury issues again. They are thinking about their future and we are thinking about ours. We will make a decision after the end of this season and I think it is important that they focus on the end of the season. season they are in and that we can continue what we are doing. “