Inter Star Struggling to Find Suitors Due to Poor Form

Denzel Dumfries has often been indicated as the next player Inter will profit on to finance their reinforcement campaign. However, he’ll have to bounce back in the final stretch of the season to boost his stocks and lure rich clubs.

Per Gianluca Di Marzio (via SoccerNews), the interest in the Dutchman is very tepid at the moment. Manchester United and Chelsea, which reportedly targeted him in the recent past, haven’t moved for him ahead of the summer window.

Despite some rumors, no team reached out to Inter to orchestrate his acquisition in January. The Blues touched base with his agent and not the team. Their pursuit ended quickly. They might revisit Dumfries down the line. However, there’s nothing going on at the moment.

According to the transfer market expert, the wingback wasn’t playing consistently simply because Matteo Darmian was in better shape. There weren’t ulterior reasons behind the choice. He recently resumed being a regular as the Italian veteran moved to the back-line to replace Milan Skriniar.

Our Take on Dumfries

What happened to him from January on has been suspect enough to raise the question of whether they had already found a buyer, so they didn’t need to showcase him anymore and wanted to avoid injuries. But that’s not the case, so the Nerazzurri are in a pickle. They can only hope he hits his stride and recaptures his dominant form, both to lift the squad, as he’s a difference-maker on his day, and for transfer market-related reasons.

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