Inter Devise Easy Plan for January Transfer Window

Inter will consider making some changes at three positions in January. However, the budget isn’t large. In addition, they will pull the trigger only if the newcomers are clearly superior to the players they already have at their disposal.

According to Calciomercato, the Nerazzurri will focus on finding a new left wing-back, a central midfielder, and a backup defender. They are ready to ship off Robin Gosens to whoever makes a good offer, and they will look to replace him adequately afterward.

They will seek a fifth option in the back, considering that they have only Danilo D’Ambrosio and Matteo Darmian behind their regulars. Alan Matturro would eventually be an acquisition for the future. Finally, they could sell Roberto Gagliardini and bring another reserve. Joaquin Correa is unlikely to depart. They would go after Marcus Thuram in such event.

Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta hinted at their January strategy during a recent meeting of the shareholders.

“It was once called the session to repair the squad, but it doesn’t always allow you to sign worthy players with upside. We have to assess the group we have now, which is very homogenous and strong. We either find better contributors, or we will finish the campaign with the ones with have. The squad was planned carefully in the summer.”

Our Take on Inter Plans for January

Chances are the only move they will pull off is selling Gosens and then signing somebody cheaper. The need is more financial than technical since Federico Dimarco has been excellent, especially in the last few weeks.

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