Inter Wantaway Gosens Draws Low Offer from Wolfsburg

Robin Gosens has received a bid from Wolfsburg. He has been tipped to return to the Bundesliga this summer, but no team has come close to signing him yet. Union Berlin, which will play in the Champions League next season, are also in contention. However, Inter want a robust fee to sell him, Calciomercato relays.

The wingback has a €17M value on the balance sheets considering how much the Nerazzurri paid to purchase him from Atalanta. The Italian side would like to turn a profit on him and demands €20/25M.

Simone Inzaghi addressed Gosens in his first presser of the season.

“He’s an important player. He had a very good second half of last season while alternating with Federico Dimarco. There’s no telling what will happen in the transfer market, but he has done well here.”

Wolfsburg’s exec Marcel Schafer recently dished on the German international.

“It’s not a secret that we have just one left-back currently.”

According to Sportitalia, the Bundesliga club tendered €14M through the formula of a loan with a conditioned obligation to buy. The decision is now up to the Nerazzurri. Their coach wouldn’t mind holding onto the veteran.

Our Take on Inter and Gosens

If that’s the price tag, it’ll be very tough to find a taker. The urgency seems to come more from him than the Nerazzurri, which doesn’t necessarily facilitate an agreement.

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