The story could be different with Alexis Sanchez on Colo Colo. The striker came to the club in 2006 from Udinese in Italy, however, in 2005 Mirko Jozic he was about to take him to the Cacique.
It was former coach Ricardo Dabrowski, who revealed that the former DT champion of the 1991 Copa Libertadores was taking the steps to have the “Wonder Child” in los albos, but differences with the leadership of Blanco y Negro, prevented the player from being bought from Cobreloa, the club where he was formed.
“Mirko said you always have to watch the future. The team is the present, but the youth are the future, “Dabrowski told Redgol.
“We had discussed it. What’s more, I remember that we went to play a game in Calama, that we won 1-0 with a goal from Leandro and a controversy with Mago (Jorge) Valdivia (on November 2), “added the former 2005 Los Albos coach.
Despite the fact that it was a year later, Alexis Sánchez still played in Colo Colo where he had an outstanding step that later allowed him to leave for Argentina and return to the elite of world football in Europe where he played for Arsenal, Barcelona, Manchester United and Inter de Milan, currently.