Yuto Nagatomo is one of Inter’s longest serving players in the current squad, having joined in 2011 from Cesena. However, the Japanese full-back’s time at Inter looks like it could be nearing its end in the coming days. Corriere dello Sport reports that the Japanese is not happy with his lack of play time recently, and wants to play more looking ahead to the upcoming World Cup in Russia with his Japanese National team. The Corriere Dello Sport believes that the experienced full-back has received two loan offers both with a right to redemption. The offers have come from Real Betis in Spain and Fenerbahçe in Turkey. In his latest press conference, Spalletti admitted that he has talked with the player about his future and appreciated his need for more play time due to his age and the upcoming World Cup. Inter currently have 5 full-backs in the squad and are therefore well covered in that position, so they are willing to make Nagatomo happy and let him leave” .