Inter target Dejan Kulusevski, on loan from Atalanta to Parma this season, is one of the biggest surprises of the season so far, with his strong performances commanding attention across Europe.
However, he won’t leave the Emilian club in January, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Il Giorno.
The report details how Inter are one of three main clubs in Italy interested in the 19-year-old Swedish midfielder, with the others being Juventus and Roma, although the Nerazzurri are currently leading the other two. In England the club closest to him is the North London side Arsenal.
However, he is certainly remaining with Parma until next summer, the report highlights. His parent club, Atalanta, are keen to make a full evaluation of him next summer and don’t want to sell him off too quickly.
The player himself has reportedly discussed his commitment to Parma this season as well, and so it’s almost guaranteed that he will not be involved in the upcoming January transfer window. So far, the starting point for the bidding is around €25 million, the report adds.