- Alexis Sanchez was pictured moving out of the Lowry Hotel over the weekend
- Sanchez has been living in hotel since signing for Manchester United last week
- He was photographed leaving the city centre location with suitcases
- The 29-year-old was spotted viewing a £2million mansion last Wednesday
Alexis Sanchez could be a step closer to moving into a permanent location after he was pictured moving out of his £816-a-night room at the Lowry Hotel on Saturday.
Sanchez has been living in the hotel, which is also home to Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, since he left Arsenal last week.
The 29-year-old was photographed leaving the city centre location with suitcases, as well as his dogs Atom and Humber over the weekend.
Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez was pictured leaving the Lowry Hotel on Sunday
Sanchez was helped by his family as he moved out of the city centre location at the weekend
Sanchez is understood to be searching for a permanent destination following his move
Atom (left) and Humber, Sanchez’s two Golden Retrievers, leave the hotel on Sunday
Sanchez viewed a £2million mansion in Greater Manchester last Wednesday just two days after signing for the Red Devils.
The five-bedroom property is situated close to his Chile international team-mate Claudio Bravo, now a direct rival at Manchester City.
Sportsmail exclusively revealed pictures of Sanchez driving up to the property in his £150k Bentley GT supercar, before he took a look around.
Sanchez had been living in the Manchester hotel after joining United last week
Large suitcases were loaded onto crates for transportation as Sanchez cleared his room
Sanchez viewed this £2million mansion last Wednesday as he continued to search for a home
The mansion is fit for a Premier League footballer, with a large sun terrace and a cinema room.gmai
One other feature that may tip the balance is the inclusion of a piano room, with a bar. Sanchez’s arrival video at United showed the footballer playing a club chant on the instrument, and he is believed to be a proficient pianist.
The Chile international enjoyed a fine start to his United career on Friday night.
He provided an assist for Ander Herrera as Mourinho’s side beat League Two outfit Yeovil 4-0 in the FA Cup fourth round.
There is a large living area in the £1,995,000 house, with plenty of space for the United star
There is a large garden at the house, which would be ideal for the footballer’s two dogs