As the end of the season approaches and players futures come up for discussion, one recurring idea is the return of Italian international Danilo D’Ambrosio to his former side Torino. This seems unlikely, however, as FCInterNews report that there currently is only Inter in the future of the fullback.
The player has performed well this season making 27 appearances in all competitions scoring once and making three assists, and currently has a contract with the Nerazzurri until the end of June 2021. Should the level of these performances be maintained, this could be lengthened without a change in earnings.
The speculation remains because there are likely to be major reviews of the Inter squad – particularly in defence. The performances of Portuguese fullback Joao Cancelo have cemented his position on the right hand side of defence, but it is not currently known if Inter will activate the €35 million buy-out clause agreed with Valencia in the previous summer.
On the left hand side, the arrival of Ghanian Kwadwo Asamoah from Juventus on a free transfer is looking increasingly likely. Right now, Inter’s is to focus entirely on Champions League qualification. Once this has been achieved, the club can begin reviewing and exploring the need for renewing the contract of the current players in the squad– potentially beginning with D’Ambrosio.