Inter are following Genoa midfielder Kevin Agudelo but are not convinced enough by his performances to make a move for him in the upcoming January transfer window, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInterNews.
The report details how the 21-year-old Colombian midfielder’s performances with the Rossoblu so far this season have caused many clubs, both in Italy and abroad, to start following him and his performances. Inter are one of these clubs and have been observing him regularly.
However, the Nerazzurri aren’t keen on a January move for the player, the report continues. They would prefer to revisit the situation next summer in order to evaluate a full season off his performances with the Ligurian club.
So far this season Agudelo has made five appearances for the Rossoblu across all competitions, scoring two goals and providing one assist in that time. The Colombian midfielder struggled for first team minutes earlier in the season, but following the arrival of coach Thiago Motta, he has found more regular play time.