Although Inter’s CEO, Beppe Marotta, is reluctant to sell the 27-year-old, he has recognised that his exit is a technique to alleviate the books. “We’ll evaluate things calmly,” he said on interest within the defender. “We’re all the time within the situation where we don’t need to let players go unless they ask for a transfer.”
“At the identical time, nevertheless, we must take into consideration the matter of monetary sustainability because today’s football needs real financial balance, and the buying and selling of players is a fully vital tool to make ends meet.”
Meanwhile, Todd Boehly and co have been keen on signing Juventus’ Matthijs de Ligt but a deal is proving quite difficult, together with his £102m release clause considered to be too expensive. They’re hoping to be more successful in striking a deal for the 27-year-old nevertheless.