ALEXIS SANCHEZ has been “offered to Real Madrid”, according to reports in Spain.
Los Blancos are currently in the market for another forward with the former Barcelona star potentially on the move.
Sanchez, 29, revealed he feels alone at Old Trafford earlier this week and still struggles with the language barrier in England, despite his time at Arsenal.
David De Gea, Juan Mata and Romelu Lukaku are thought to be Sanchez’s only close pals at United – and the Chilean is now leaning towards a January move.
Despite raking in a whopping £505,000-a-week under Jose Mourinho, Sanchez’s agent is thought to be looking to negotiate a move to the Bernabeu to bring his nightmare stint to an end.
The former Udinese ace is even willing to risk the wrath of the Barca faithful by moving to their bitter rivals, such is his loneliness in England.
Recently, even Mourinho revealed Sanchez wasn’t his No1 choice… instead hoping to land long-term target Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan.
A source close to Sanchez recently revealed the player has reached the “end of his tether” at United.
The source said: “He is totally fed up and at the end of his tether with Mourinho. He knows he can’t leave right now but is in talks with his agent about what they can do to try and sort the situation out.”
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