Chile boss: Sanchez could miss '2 or 3 months' with ankle injury

Tanya Simon
October 15, 2019

The Chilean federation confirmed that Sanchez suffered a "dislocation of the ligaments" in his left ankle in the 0-0 friendly draw with Argentina over the weekend, but did not specify a timeframe for his recovery.

The 30-year-old was forced off during Chile's 0-0 draw with Colombia on Saturday.

Chile manager Reinaldo Rueda has confirmed Inter Milan forward Alexis Sanchez will be out for close to three months.

Manchester United's on-loan ahead Alexis Sanchez will bear an MRI scan with Inter to seek out out the extent of his ankle damage.

Rueda said: "He could end up under the knife".

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"Should he undergo surgery with Inter, for two or three more months [he will be out]". He had been regaining form for his club and played in the Champions League. "We have to wait and see and we are monitoring it closely because he is decisive for us".

"He was happy and super motivated".

However, Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri tweeted that Sanchez will not return until the calendar flips to 2020. earlier reported that Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte is gunning to sign another Manchester United star Nemanja Matic on a free transfer next summer.

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