As the half way point of the season approaches, clubs across the world begin to evaluate the playing staff with expiring contracts and make a decision as to whether a new contract will be offered or if they will part ways with the player.
As per a report from FCInterNews.it, Inter have begun this process and have made the decision about one player so far.
20-year-old striker Moussa Souare’s expiring contract is set to not be renewed by the Nerazzurri bosses. The Guinean is currently on loan with Maltese Premier League side Mosta, who he has made four appearances for this season.
Souare initially joined Inter’s Primavera on a season long loan back in the summer of 2016 before completing a permanent transfer the summer thereafter before being loaned to Serie C side Monopoli for the first six months of the 2017/18 season.
The report goes on to state that Souare is interested in exploring opportunities abroad but things will become a lot clearer for him come June.