Inter have reportedly taken advantage of ongoing talks with Bayern Munich for Yann Sommer to address another pressing issue. According to Tuttosport, via FCInter1908, the Nerazzurri have brought up the name of Ryan Gravenberch as another possible subject of negotiations.
Talks between Inter and Bayern over Sommer’s switch to Giuseppe Meazza are off and running. But the Swiss goalkeeper may not be the only Bundesliga winner to swap the Allianz Arena for Serie A in the coming weeks. Out-of-favor Gravenberch could follow the same path.
Only a year after joining Bayern as one of Europe’s hottest prospects, the former Ajax starlet could be on the move. Several top clubs on the continent have displayed interest in the 21-year-old. However, the Bavarians are unwilling to sell their youngster.
A season long-loan without a buyout clause is the only option for Bayern. Even that could suit Inter as their search for a new deep-lying midfielder continues. Davide Frattesi’s arrival from Sassuolo is only intended to fill the void left by Marcelo Brozovic’s switch to Al-Nassr.
However, Simone Inzaghi wants another decent option after Inter released Roberto Gagliardini at the end of last season. Udinese’s Lazar Samardzic is an exciting profile for Beppe Marotta, though the Nerazzurri aren’t the only ones interested in the Serb’s signature.
To lure the 21-year-old away from the Dacia Arena, Inter will have to outmaneuver arch-rivals Milan. On top of that, Samardzic may not necessarily come cheap. Aware of his potential, Udinese can slap a hefty price tag on his head.
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