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Sanchez: I have no regrets over Man Utd move

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Alexis Sanchez has said he has no regrets over his decision to join Manchester United last year.

The Chile international signed for Inter Milan on a season-long loan after 18 months at Old Trafford where he managed only five goals in 45 appearances.

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The forward has joined up with Romelu Lukaku at Inter after the Belgium international also joined the Nerazzurri this summer.

"I'm very happy I went to Manchester United," he told BBC Sport. "It's the club that's won the most in England.

"When I went to Arsenal it was fantastic -- I was happy there -- but United were growing at the time, they were buying players to win something.

"I wanted to join them and win everything. I don't regret going there."

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said Sanchez could feature for the club after his loan spell in Serie A but the forward said he needs regular minutes on the pitch to feel happy.

"I think that I'm happy when I play for my national team," he added. "I was happy at Manchester United too, but I've always said to my friends I want to play.

"If they would let me play I'll do my best. Sometimes I'd play 60 minutes then I wouldn't play the next game -- and I didn't know why."

Meanwhile, Inter have confirmed Sanchez will wear the No. 7 shirt at the club this season.