River Plate Track Inter Outcast, Milan to Keep Deputy

Inter and Milan will have some secondary moving parts concerning their attacks to take care of in addition to trying to complete top-notch additions. The Nerazzurri will have to offload both Joaquin Correa and Marko Arnautovic to sign another starting-caliber player. They’d have better chances of snapping up one of their rumored targets if they brought in some cash.

The Argentine will head back since Olympique Marseille didn’t qualify for the Champions League. River Plate have started to show some interest, Corriere dello Sport relayed (via Goal). However, El Tucu earns €3.5M and is worth €8.5M on the balance sheets. Those figures might be too large for Los Millonarios. Another departure on loan isn’t likely as he’d have to extend his contract first because it’s up in a year.

The club aims to avoid a net loss and hopes a Saudi team comes forward and Correa accepts the destination. Instead, Marko Arnautovic hinted in recent remarks that he’d stay at Inter despite the rumors, and Luka Jovic is expected to do the same at Milan.

After some discussions to attempt to renegotiate the terms, the Rossoneri will simply pick up their one-year option to extend his deal, La Gazzetta dello Sport informed. It could happen right after an upcoming friendly with Roma in Perth, Australia. If that’s the outcome, the Serb will keep earning €2.5M plus sizeable add-ons until June 30th, 2025. Paulo Fonseca is said to favor his permanence in a deputy role.

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