EVERTON have been offered Manchester United flop Alexis Sanchez on a FREE transfer by Inter Milan.
Toffees fears he may be forced to lose either England’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin or Brazilian Richarlison.
Everton are anxious to keep both as they attempts to steer the Goodison side away from the drop zone.
But he will bring in a striker if either leaves and Sanchez is one of two potential answers.
The other is New York City’s Argentina under-23 striker Valentin ‘Taty’ Castellanos, top scorer in the MLS last term.
Bringing in former Arsenal striker Sanchez would be a huge gamble for Everton, and not likely to be a popular choice among the agitated Goodison fans
The Chilean, 33, was expected to become the focal point for the United front line after his move from Arsenal in January 2018, when the Old Trafford outfit won a tug of war with local rivals City for his services and sent Henrykh Mhikitaryan the other way.
But Sanchez, who had scored 80 in 166 matches in three and a half years in north London, managed just five goals in 45 appearances for United before moving to Inter, initially on loan, in August 2019.