Sanchez told a Chilean TV Station.
Having joined Manchester United only a few weeks ago from North London giants Arsenal, Sanchez revealed that he would love to return back to Chile at Universidad De Chile to end his footballing career.
Sanchez however revealed that he choose not sign an extension at Arsenal as he wanted to progress as a player.
Thompson believes Sanchez has not been in his element for some time now and has not resembled the player he was a few years ago. The more pressure I have, the better I feel.
"My dad was the pillar of the family and sometimes people do things for their family as well".
"Arsene Wenger was extremely kind to me, he wouldn't give me a chance to take off".
His move to United made him the first Chilean player in football history to play for Manchester United.
"I wanted to continue growing as a player, more so as a Chilean, because it's hard to get to Manchester United". For all the natural chutzpah he brings to the pitch, you can still detect a certain measure of doubt in his mind, as if still not quite attuned to the shape and feel of United's play - something clearly restricting him from finding good positions in the final third.
"I think people are going to understand it because it's a dream my dad had and God willing I am going to fulfil it".
It wasn't just the chance to play for Man United that swayed Sanchez, but also the opportunity to become the Premier League's highest-paid player.