Inter are looking for a new midfielder, but as the sporting director Piero Ausilio confirmed yesterday, they could consider only a move on loan in January. Genoa’s Tomas Rincon is currently under Inter’s radar and has a contract with the Italian club until June 2018.

This is the first reason blocking a possible deal with Genoa about Rincon, who’s very appreciated by the Nerazzurri. The Rossoblu are only willing to sell the 28 year old player but they ask for a 10M Euro fee. No loan is considered at the moment according to Fcinternews. Roma are suggested to set an offer and foreign clubs could make an attempt. This complicates things and therefore, Rincon is far from a move to Inter in January.

Additionally, interviewed by Premium Sport, Ausilio admitted: “It will not be easy in January, we do not want to violate the FFP but we will work to the fullest.”

Source: Fcinternews, Premium Sport