Inter are following the situation of Cagliari midfielder Nahitan Nandez, who is currently experiencing difficulties with the Sardinian club due to arguments over his image rights, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The report details how the player’s agent, Pablo Betancourt, is unhappy at the Rossoblu because he feels that the club haven’t respected agreements made in the summer between the two parties. Cagliari bought Nandez in the summer for €18 million from Boca Juniors, but clearly uncertainty between who would hold Nandez’s image rights have now caused a rift.
On Thursday this week Betancourt was in Cagliari, the report continues, and is now requesting a court hearing in January to push the issue. The agent is happy to move the player in January, and due to his excellent start to the season with Cagliari, there are many interested clubs across Europe, including Sevilla and Valencia in Spain.
In Italy Inter, Roma and Napoli are all following the situation, the report continues. The midfielder’s market value has already doubled and now he’s estimated to be worth €40 million.