Inter have been keeping tabs on Piotr Zielinski, whose Napoli contract runs out at the end of the season. They had new contacts with his camp to learn about the cost of the potential addition. Even though he’d eventually join them in a Bosman move the signing would still be pretty expensive.
Inter elected to keep Stefano Sensi in the squad following an encouraging season at Monza, especially health-wise, as he managed to avoid injuries for the most part. However, he has played very little so far. He could be on the move in January. A few smaller teams are interested in his services.
Inter returned to winning ways after a 2-1 home loss to Sassuolo on Wednesday with a 4-0 thrashing of Salernitana. Simone Inzaghi's men have consolidated their spirits in the build-up to their must-win Champions League clash against Benfica. But they'll likely lack three summer signings.
Inter fear Marko Arnautovic will have to miss considerable time because of the thigh strain he suffered in the stoppage time of Sunday’s win over Empoli. The degree of the lesion will be determined by the tests shortly. Coach Simone Inzaghi was quizzed about signing a free agent after the tilt.
Inter will be busy tending to numerous extensions in the coming months. Eight players in their squad are up in 2024. Four only technically, as they joined on season-long loans: Emil Audero, Carlos Augusto, Davide Frattesi, and Marko Arnautovic. Four other newcomers signed short-term deals.
Milan, Lazio, Napoli, and Inter were forced to exclude some players from their Champions League lists. The Rossoneri didn't insert two young newcomers, while Inter picked Davvy Klaassen over Stefano Sensi. Diego Demme is the only absentee for Napoli, as has been the case in Serie A so far.
After splurging on Benjamin Pavard, Inter are concocting further moves and are pursuing multiple midfielders. They are considering bringing in two new pieces. On top of adding a physical option, they could sign a deputy regista and loan out Kristjan Asllani. They have opened talks with Sassuolo for Maxime Lopez.
Inter will make a splash signing Benjamin Pavard, replacing Milan Skriniar with some delay, but might not be done making moves, as they are monitoring a pair of options to round out their midfield, should the right opportunity present itself. Stefano Sensi is likely to staying put.
Lazar Samardzic is moving further away from Inter, and the Nerazzurri have started assessing other options for their midfield, such as Roberto Pereyra. The veteran is still a free agent after his Udinese contract expired in June. The father of the prodigy hired a third agent to solve the impasse.
Lazar Samardzic took the medicals and spent a few days in Milan but didn’t finalize his move to Inter, as some problems with his entourage arose during the final stages of the negotiation. He returned to Udine Sunday night. The player remains keen on the move.
Monza already secured two new starters in Alessio Cragno and Andrea Ranocchia and continue to go big-game hunting in the transfer market. The Brianzoli are openly chasing after Stefano Sensi, Matteo Pessina and Andrea Pinamonti.
Three weeks after coming to terms with Inter, Henrikh Mkhitaryan took the medicals and signed the contract with his new team yesterday. Only the official announcement is missing at this point. The veteran has agreed to a two-year contract.