Inter Gather More Info About Prospective Zielinski Deal

Inter have been keeping tabs on Piotr Zielinski, whose Napoli contract runs out at the end of the season. They had new contacts with his camp to learn about the terms of the potential addition. Even though he’d eventually join them in a Bosman move, should the Partenopei fail to retain him, the signing would still be pretty expensive, Calciomercato informs.

The Nerazzurri were informed that it was indeed possible that the Pole would leave Campania in June. On the other hand, he asks for a long-term pact with €4M wages and his entourage demands €4/5M commissions. The signing would cost around €40M.

Inter are eying Zielinski as they anticipate moving on from Stefano Sensi and Davy Klaassen at the end of the season. They are in the same contractual situation. Their departures would open room to fit the newcomer’s salary in their payroll without complications.

The Nerazzurri inquired a few times but are operating cautiously. The veteran already seemed poised to flee in the past but then changed his mind and stayed put. Juventus have also been linked to the Pole, but not as insistently.

Our Take on Inter and Zielinski

It’d be rich to have both him and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, but it’d be a good problem to have. If those are really his requests, he’ll most likely play somewhere else unless he gives Napoli a hometown discount.

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