Nicolas Gonzalez remains on Inter’s shortlist but until he receives an EU passport any possible move can not go further Gazzetta dello Sport stress.
Inter have identified the Argentinos Juniors youngster as a possible addition to their front line that includes compatriots Mauro Icardi and newly signed Lautaro Martinez. Once his passport arrives, a deal can take off and negotiations between the two clubs can then become more serious.
Should he somehow be unable to acquire a European passport, the Nerazzurri, if not completely put off, could look to work with another team in order to sign him, similarly to how they signed Julio Cesar in partnership with Chievo Verona back in 2005 so to not have him count against their non-EU player quota.
Gonzalez, who can also play out on the wing if required, has netted seven goals and made one assist in 22 appearances across all competitions for the Buenos Aires based club this season.