According to Italian media outlet FcInterNews, Inter’s Brazilian left back, Dalbert, has no intention of leaving the Nerazzurri yet despite a number of clubs interested in him, most recently being Marseille and Monaco from France, as well as Sporting Lisbon from Portugal.
According to the report the offers and interest from clubs have been flattering for the Brazilian left back, but his heart currently remains with Inter as he plans to prove his worth to manager, Luciano Spalletti and the club.
Dalbert has found his form recently, scoring his first goal in the Inter jersey last week in a Coppa Italia match against Benevento off a rocket from the left side of the box. This was his first match since the against Genoa in November.
Inter view this situation as a tricky one as there are no backup left backs on the roster, aside from Asamoah who has guaranteed a starting spot.
It would not be easy to pick up a replacement right away, and with the constant injuries to Sime Vrsaljko, the fullback department remains thin as is.
A transfer or loan is not completely ruled out by Piero Ausilio and Beppe Marotta, but there would need to be at least a loan with right to redemption involved should he go. All factors point in the direction of Dalbert staying put as of now.