Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has threatened Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez over a possible move away from the club this summer.
The Premier League transfer window has ended but players can still leave clubs for other leagues since the European transfer market is still open until the start of next month.
According to the UK Sun, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has threatened to banish Alexis Sanchez to the reserves if he does not leave the club this summer.
His agent, Fernando Felicevich, has held talks with Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan over a move for the player but his weekly wages might prove to be a stumbling block to a possible deal.
The 30-year-old Chilean national team player earns around £500,000 on a weekly basis at the Theatre of Dreams following his transfer to the club from Arsenal last year.
Alexis Sanchez has also been linked with a move to Italian capital club AS Roma this summer.
The Chilean recently returned to training with Manchester United after his exertions this summer in the colors of Chile at the COPA America tournament in Brazil.
He was part of the Chile squad that finished in fourth position at the end of the tournament.