​Premier League giants, ​Manchester United are reportedly willing to give Alexis Sanchez a chance to rejuvenate his career at Old Trafford and want him to prove himself with them despite sending him on a season-long loan to ​Inter Milan.

As per the ​Dailystar, United will not sanction the sale of the Chilean to Inter on a permanent basis come the end of the season or any other club - with the club keen to hold on to him as they believe that he will come good.

Sanchez will still have two years remaining on his contract with the Red Devils starting from next summer and the club management have decided that they will take him on their pre-season tour in order to reintegrate him to the squad.

Things have not gone well for the 31-year-old on the field as soon he joined United on a swap deal from Arsenal in January 2018, with the player coming in for criticism for his poor performances while many questioning why he was being paid staggering wages of £500,000-per-week.

Sanchez only netted five goals in 45 appearances for United in all competitions before leaving for Inter, where he has struggled with injury. With the player back to full fitness, all eyes will be on him to see how whether he can rediscover his form and help the Italians challenge for trophies.