Inter will allow Federico Dimarco to leave the club in the upcoming January transfer window if the right offer is to arrive according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
The 22-year-old full back has struggled to force his way into Inter manager Antonio Conte’s plans and has been limited to just one substitute appearance across all competitions this season for a total of seven minutes on the field.
Genoa, Bologna and Hellas Verona have all expressed an interest about a possible January transfer window move for him whilst Udinese and Cagliari are also understood to be interested.
Udinese’s interest in him could well help Inter in their bid to sign Rodrigo de Paul. They could choose to include Dimarco in the deal to bring down the overall cost.
The report goes on to state that Brescia had also shown an interest in signing him whilst Fabio Grosso was in charge but it is unclear if they have maintained their interest following his sacking.