Inter Slated to Part Ways with at Least Six Players

Inter have put their hands on Piotr Zielinski and Mehdi Taremi for two more Bosman acquisitions. Their arrivals will raise their payroll, but not by a lot. The Nerazzurri are poised to part ways with at least six players to keep their books in order, OneFootball relays.

The Napoli star will replace both Davy Klaassen and Stefano Sensi. They are fringe contributors, but their wages aren’t small, especially those of the Italian midfielder. Their contracts run out at the end of the campaign and won’t be extended.

In addition, Inter don’t anticipate retaining Alexis Sanchez, who will be replaced by Taremi, and Juan Cuadrado. The Colombian is rehabbing after an Achilles surgery. He should be back after the March international break. He inked a seasonal contract last summer too. The Nerazzurri signed Tajon Buchanan in the same position in January.

On the same wing, Denzel Dumfries is likely to be put on the market. He’s under contract until 2025. His demands to re-up have been deemed excessive. In addition, he has lost the starting job to Matteo Darmian. The brass is unlikely to risk a departure for free. Instead, backup goalie Emil Audero won’t be bought out from Sampdoria.

Our Take on the Inter Farewells

They’ll move on from a lot of minor blunders that haven’t affected the quality of their XI or performances in general. They should give Buchanan game time to see whether he could succeed Dumfries and not just Cuadrado.

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