Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez's agent set to talk with Italian clubs

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Barcelona attacker Alexis Sanchez's agent is reportedly set to fly to Italy for talks with Inter Milan and Juventus, according to

The Chile international has been a hot topic recently with a number of clubs being interested including Arsenal as well as Inter and Juventus.

Sanchez's agent, Fernando Felicevich, is set to talk with the clubs and the former River Plate loanee could be on his way should Neymar decide that the destination for him is Catalonia. 

The winger moved to the Camp Nou from Udinese in 2011 but has failed to impress in his time with the La Liga leaders, only netting two goals in 20 league showings this term.

The forward made his name in Italy and a return could be on the cards with Juventus who have been monitoring Sanchez for a number of months and are keen to strengthen their frontline in the summer.

However, they face competition from Serie A rivals Inter who have entered the race to get the Chilean's signature.

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