Inter Focusing More on Summer Window Than on Next One

After getting a few crucial extensions done, Inter will probably have a quiet January window. Only the departures of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal could shake things up. But the two Chileans have shown well in their recent appearances, making their exits more unlikely, Sky Sport reports.

Simone Inzaghi hopes Denzel Dumfries and Stefano Sensi will earn a bigger role to have more reliable contributors at his disposal. Marcelo Brozovic and Federico Dimarco are next in line for new contracts. The negotiations have gotten tricky. However, it is premature to believe they could be on their way out during the winter.

Christian Eriksen has very slim chances to return on the pitch with Inter. But it is too early to think he could move to countries where he could play despite having an IFD. Ajax and Odense would be the frontrunners.

While the next session may not be too busy, Inter are laying the groundwork for a strong summer without breaking the bank. Despite the competition, they are confident André Onana will join them in a Bosman transfer. They could make it official in early 2022.

As far as other future free agents go, the Nerazzurri are keeping a watchful eye on Lorenzo Insigne. However, they have doubts about his tactical collocation in a 3-5-2, informs. They are monitoring three Bundesliga players, who will all be out of contract soon: Borussia Moenchengladbach’s Matthis Ginter and Denis Zakaria and Hoffenheim’s Florian Grillitsch. They would all come in handy in case of departures.