Inter Might Walk Away from Trubin Negotiation for Now

The arrival of Yann Sommer has been further delayed, but it doesn’t seem in jeopardy, while Inter might have to wait for an entire year to put their hands on Anatoliy Trubin. The negotiation with Shakhtar Donetsk has been extremely challenging.

Per Sky, Arsenal upset Bayern Munich’s apple cart by targeting David Raya. He was the top choice to replace the veteran. The Nerazzurri have an agreement in principle to onboard him, but the Bavarians want another reliable goalie first.

While it should be a matter of days for Sommer, Inter might abandon their pursuit of Trubin for the time being, Relevo informs (via OneFootball). They believe he will join on a free in a year. However, it exposes them to offers from other sides. Villarreal might move for him.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calciomercato), there’s a €20M gap between the Nerazzurri’s proposal and the Ukrainian side’s valuation. They’ll insist by leaning on the desire of the player to join them. Still, there’s no telling if and when Shakhtar Donetsk will cave.

Our Take on Inter, Sommer, and Trubin

They were surely hoping for a smoother transition. The two deals seemed sure things before the departure of André Onana, but that turned out to be far from the truth. Their strategy is right if they are supremely confident the prodigy will arrive gratis.

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