Inter Edging Closer to Potentially Sealing Stuttgart Full-Back Sosa

As the January transfer market makes it’s imminent appearance, Inter begin to edge closer to potentially sealing Stuttgart full-back Borna Sosa.

Due to the financial situation of the German outfit, the club will be forced to sacrifice several players in order to balance their financial books.

As a result, Inter are monitoring the Croatian defender’s situation at the club as they are eager to pounce on the left-footed full-back as a potential replacement for German international Robin Gosens.

As it stands, the 28 year-old’s entourage is in Germany attempting to find a new destination for the player throughout the second half of the campaign due to a lack of playing time so far this season under Inzaghi, as he only four starts across all competitions for the Milanese club.

So far, Bundesliga giants Wolfsburg and Bayern Leverkusen have emerged as top candidates to potentially acquire the former Atalanta wing-back within several months, forcing the Nerazzurri to react quickly within the market, as per Nicolo Schira.

According to Sky Sport Deutschland, via Fc Inter News, Stuttgart will most likely be willing to accept a bid between 15m and 25m euros in order to overcome their financial restraints.

So far this season, the 24 year-old has made 12 appearances for Stuttgart within the Bundesliga. With his great deal of pace and strong technical ability on the ball, the Benemata rate Sosa highly as they consider him the ideal replacement for the want-away German wing-back.