Chilean striker Sanchez previously publicly called on the Chilean Football Association to make more efforts in youth training, and he recently explained that his remarks did not criticize anyone.
In a recent interview, Sanchez called on the Chilean Football Association to make more efforts in the development of young players to allow more young players to enter the national team. Sanchez recently explained these remarks through his personal social networking site. He said that he did not criticize anyone, and he was pleased with the progress of the Chilean national team in the World Cup qualifiers.
"First of all, I want to clarify that I have absolutely no intention of criticizing anyone. I just think that the Chilean Football Association should work harder on young players and small clubs." Sanchez wrote on his personal social network: "We The goal of the team has always been to improve the level of the team. I am very satisfied with the performance of all the players in the first two games of this world qualifier. This is just the beginning.
Sanchez joined Inter Milan on loan from Manchester United in the summer of 2019 and moved permanently to Inter Milan after the termination of his contract this summer. So far, he has 4 goals and 12 assists in 35 Serie A games.