Inter Fullback Gosens Again Linked with Bundesliga Move

After almost leaving Inter in the previous window, Robin Gosens is again rumored to be on his way out in January. Bayer Leverkusen has resumed tracking him, but other Bundesliga sides are keen on him as well. He has gotten very inconsistent playing time so far.

As per Sky Deutschland, Borussia Moenchengladbach, Eintracht Frankfurt, and Wolfsburg are also keeping tabs on the ex-Atalanta star. Die Aspirin tried to set up a loan move with option to buy late in the summer, but they couldn’t strike a deal with the Nerazzurri. They paid €25M, between the initial fee and fairly certain add-ons, to Atalanta. His price tag remains in that neighborhood.

Gosens stated in an interview that he didn’t push to leave Inter because he had unfinished business. His situation hasn’t improved much afterward. The coach continues to give more minutes to Federico Dimarco. His spot in the World Cup roster is highly at risk. He might ask out this time around.

The 28-year-old has started just three times this season, none since mid-September. He recently scored his lone goal in the Barcelona clash. While he was recovering from a thigh injury when he joined last January, he’s been healthy so far. The Nerazzurri are reportedly eyeing Alfonso Pedraza, Pasquale Mazzocchi, and Remy Bensebaini as possible replacements.

Our Take on Gosens and Inter

The gaffer is right in sticking with Federico Dimarco, who’s been going like gangbusters and is more similar to Ivan Perisic, stylistically speaking. A January departure is possible, but it will depend on whether somebody offers as much as they request and on if they can reutilize the money on a proper substitute. It’s not the simplest domino.

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