With Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer clearing the deadwood at Old Trafford, he is reportedly willing to pay to get one of his players off his hands.
The Premier League transfer window closed last week but English clubs are still able to sell players to clubs across Europe.
United are reportedly looking to offload a number of unwanted players before the European window closes, and have placed one player in particular at the top of the discard pile.
According to The Sun, the Red Devils are willing to pay Italian club AS Roma to take Alexis Sanchez on loan for the season.
The Serie A side are said to be interested in signing the Chilean forward on a short-term deal but are unwilling to cover his salary, meaning United would need to pay a portion of his wages to conclude a deal.
Sanchez has failed to live up to expectations since joining from Arsenal in 2018, and has scored just five goals in 45 appearances for the Manchester club.
The 30-year-old's position at the club reportedly deteriorated further during pre-season when he was reportedly involved in a "training ground spat" with teenager Mason Greenwood.
He then missed the club's opening match of the 2019/20 Premier League campaign against Chelsea, although the official reasoning for his absence was that he was recovering from an injury sustained during the Copa America.
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