and Inter Milan have both held talks over a possible move for Manchester United
misfit Alexis Sanchez.
The player's representative Fernando Felicevich has been in Italy
in recent days assessing what clubs are interested in taking the Chile international back to Serie A
The 30-year-old is on the biggest wage at Manchester United, on around £500,000 a week, and they are open to offloading him as they explore deals for the likes of Lille's Nicolas Pepe and Swansea City's Daniel James.
Sanchez is due to miss United's tour to China as he is taking part in the Copa America with Chile.
He is keen to make a success of his time at United but has failed to get the run of games he craves after struggling with niggling injuries and poor form, failing to show anything like the level of performance that he did at Arsenal.
It is understood his agent is still seeking wages of £10m a year after tax should he leave this summer. Inter's incoming coach Antonio Conte also has an interest in United's Romelu Lukaku.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had no problems with Sanchez, form apart, but wants to develop higher fitness levels and greater energy in United's style next season.
United want Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka and have an interest in Sporting Lisbon's Bruno Fernandes.