Inter have clear plans to succeed André Onana, as they plot to bring in Yann Sommer and Anatoliy Trubin to address the present and the future of their goal. Purchasing the Ukrainian prodigy will be onerous considering his team’s price tag. However, the Nerazzurri believe they will end up paying a much lower fee since his contract expires in 2024, Calciomercato informs.
Instead, acquiring the veteran will be easier. He joined Bayern Munich for €8M plus €1.5M bonuses in January. Thanks to a gentleman’s agreement, he’ll be let go for around €6M once Manuel Neuer is healthy.
A quick deal for Sommer would allow Inter to be more patient in their chase of Trubin. In the meantime, they have found their new third-string goalie: Raffaele Di Gennaro from Gubbio.
He’s a product of their youth academy like the Saudi-bound Alex Cordaz, which is precious for their lists. The journeyman played at Pescara, Catanzaro, Spezia, Ternana, Latina, and Cittadella.
Our Take on Inter, Sommer, and Trubin
It’s a solid strategy, but it wouldn’t be the first time the Nerazzurri see their projects go pear-shaped. The latest reports about Neuer’s health aren’t too promising. The Bavarians won’t part ways with their goalie until they are totally confident about the starter’s return.
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