Inter Take an Interest in Budding Valencia Fullback

Inter will most likely have to sign a wing-back in January since they are listening to the offers for Robin Gosens, and they are keen on Valencia youngster Jesus Vazquez as a potential cheap option to replace him. The fullback could potentially join on loan, La Gazzetta dello Sport relays.

The Nerazzurri are keeping tabs on more established names. However, their budget hinges on how much the departure of the ex-Atalanta star will fetch. It’s more likely that he’ll leave on a temporary spell, with an obligation to buy attached to it in the club’s ideal plan. Though, a simple option is more attainable, considering that he’s not being chased after by powerhouses.

Rumored targets Alfonso Pedraza and Borna Sosa might be too pricey for the Milan club. Instead, it’s not certain Remy Bensebaini will be an option for January. He may prefer to wait until June to transfer on a Bosman move. Instead, Valencia could let Vazquez join Inter on loan since he faces stiff competition for minutes.

The 19-year-old has featured in 19 La Liga matches, appearing 4 times this season. He’s behind the more established Jesus Gaya and Toni Lato at his position. Nottingham Forest, Feyenoord, and Borussia Moenchengladbach offered €4M to sign him last summer. Benfica could pursue him if they lost Alejandro Grimaldo, AS informs.

Our Take on Inter Tracking Vazquez

Given their struggling finances, the Nerazzurri are highly unlikely to substitute Gosens with an ace. Federico Dimarco faring so well, and the versatility of Matteo Darmian, allows them to go with a prospect, and the Spaniard fits the bills. They’d evaluate him for half a season before deciding whether he’s worth investing in.

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