Inter Scouting Four Long-Shot Objectives in World Cup

Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio returned from Qatar, leaving the task of following matches and scouting players live to his deputy Dario Baccin. The Nerazzurri have gathered a few ideas for the January window, although it won’t be easy to pull them off.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, their bass has been particularly impressed by Alexis Mac Allister. They are looking for a new box-to-box midfielder since Roberto Gagliardini will leave either in January or at the end of the season. On the other hand, he has a €30M price tag and is a cornerstone for Brighton, which have no intention of letting him go.

Inter have continued to keep tabs on Yunus Musah during the World Cup. They have had opening contacts with Valencia, which are well aware he won’t stay for long considering his performances and upside. However, they need money and have set a €20M valuation. The Nerazzurri will attempt to get him on loan with option or obligation to buy. In a recent interview, he said he would welcome a move back to Italy, where he spent part of his childhood.

La Beneamata held a meeting with the representatives of Marcus Thuram. They are very keen, but he doesn’t seem in a hurry to make a decision or to leave Borussia Moenchengladbach. He’d be relatively cheap since his contract expires in June. On the other hand, Bayern Munich are interested as well, and their pull is massive.

USMNT midfielder Tyler Adams also caught the attention of the Inter executives. However, Leeds United acquired him for €17M last summer, and he inked a contract until 2027. Therefore, he’s highly unlikely to be an option anytime soon.

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