Parma sporting director Daniele Faggiano has insisted that Dejan Kulusevski will set out the remainder of his loan with them.
“Kulusevski will remain, he will be with Parma until the end of June,” Faggiano, who has reportedly been identified as Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio’s successor, told Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia.
“There is too much talk about him and this could hurt him as a player. He arrived here and properly involved himself in the club’s project. He has bought into the manager’s ideas and the manager has bought into him too.”
Kulusevski has drawn very strong links with a move to Inter ahead of the upcoming January transfer window but in order for any move to take place, Parma would have to agree to cancel the loan, something which, going by Faggiano’s comments, looks unlikely.
Reports in the media as of late have however suggested that both Atalanta and Inter could loan players to Ducali for the remainder of the season as ‘compensation’ for giving up Kulusevski.