Inter met with Kevin Strootman’s representatives last Friday to discuss a possible transfer according to a report from Milan based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Last Friday the Nerazzurri met some representatives from Strootman’s entourage to understand the Dutchman’s willingness to move to Milan. Strootman has recently renewed, but in its contract there is a €32 million release clause that Inter could pay to give Spalletti one of the midfielders at the top of the wish list.”
However, Gazzetta further report that the transfer hinges on Inter making the Champions League because Strootman already has the guarantee of playing in it next season with Roma and therefore may be unwilling to give that up and move to a club without it.
The 28-year-old central midfielder – who has long been courted by the Nerazzurri – has been integral in Eusebio Di Francesco’s side this term making no less than 43 appearances across all competitions, scoring once and assisting once also.