Written By Omolagba Oluwayemi
Inter Milan like every other clubs are planning to strengthen their squad ahead of next season and with the new Champions League format set to start next season, the current Italian champions are intensifying their search for solid players within their budget that can help them compete with the best in Europe especially after their recent poor outings in European competitions.
Latest on the radar of the Milan based club is Atlético de Madrid player, De Paul whom Inter understands that he is undervalued at the rojiblanco club, where Simeone has punished him several times with the substitution.
Thinking of improving the squad and aspiring to something big in the Champions League, Inzaghi wants the Argentine pivot in his squad this coming summer market.
To get him to Italy, the Nerazzuri is willing to offer a player, especially in the offensive field, since Atlético is obliged to find a replacement for Suárez.
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Although Lautaro is ruled out, Joaquín Correa, formerly of Sevilla and Lazio, has been offered. The Argentine striker likes Cholo but not at the cost of giving up De Paul.
The reality is that De Paul hesitates to continue in Madrid and return to Serie A, where he found his best version.
Both clubs still have a lot to talk about, but what is clear is that Inter will not cease in their desire to convince the midfielder.
Barcelona has started the process to renew Memphis Depay’s contract. Despite his problems with injuries this season his numbers have been really good, 12 goals and 2 assists, and Xavi has given the green light to his continuity.
With the more than probable loss of Dembélé this summer, the club’s management are aware that they cannot lose more offensive power and the options offered by the market would not exceed the level of the Dutchman.
At first it had been rumored that he would return to Lyon and even to Manchester, but finally it seems that he will continue in Barcelona.
The club has already sent him an extension proposal until 2025 and he would be close to accepting the offer.
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I’m Oluwayemi, a sports analyst, writer and a passionate football follower. I started writing while I was in High School although not sports related but I became a professional sports analyst and writer in the year 2019. My passion for football led me into talking sports. I love writing articles as well and I love reporting events the way they unfold without mincing words for the fear of anyone.