The sports director of Inter Milan highlighted the Chilean footballing rise and reiterated his interest in continuing to count on him.
Alexis Sanchez continues to show its footballing rise in the Inter de Milan. Although without repeating the great performances of past dates, the Wonder Boy stood out in the 2-2 draw against Rome, when he managed to add three games online granting assists.
And is that in the 15th minute of the duel in the Olympic, the Chilean attacker served a perfect corner kick, which was headed by the Dutchman Stefan de Vrij to open the scoring in favor of the Lombards. In this way, the man from La Roja reached the record of four ratings in a row after the two against Torino (to Diego Godín and Lautaro Martínez) and in the 4-0 to SPAL (to Antonio Candreva). In the cold numbers, since the resumption of Calcio, the Tocopilla-born participated in nine conquests (two goals and seven assists) remaining in the line of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Something that keeps Nerazzurri sporting director Giuseppe Marotta happy, who reiterated his interest in continuing to count on the ex-Arsenal once the loan from Manchester United ends. “We have the opportunity to get to know him more directly, we are very happy with his performance and it is clear that we will make more specific evaluations of him, because we have him available,” the CEO of the Lombards told Sky Sports.
He added: “We have appreciated his qualities and, therefore, we see a little what he can do (…) I think it is correct to evaluate a combination between players of a certain age, who have solid experience and a very strong concept of victory, the result of the titles won, as well as interesting youngsters. ”
It should be remembered that, in principle, the top scorer of the Chilean team will remain on the peninsula until the competition closes. Of course, the final phase of the Europa League would remain unchallenged if his current team advances in the continental tournament during the month of August. The next challenge for Antonio Conte’s will be Fiorentina, this Wednesday, at Giuseppe Meazza.
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