Inter are unlikely to exercise the buy back option that they have on midfielder Marco Carraro according to a report from Italian news outlet FCInterNews.it.
Inter sold Carraro to fellow Serie A side Atalanta for a sum of €5 million during the 2018 Summer transfer window. As part of that deal Inter secured a buy back option for each of the next two Summer’s with this coming Summer being the last opportunity for them to activate the buy back option.
As per the report, the buy back option is worth €9-10 million but everything for the moment suggests Inter will not activate the option and Carraro will remain with Atalanta, who he is under contract with until the end of the 2022/23 season.
This season the 22-year-old midfielder has split his time between Atalanta and Serie B side Perugia, who he joined on a six month loan back in January. In 29 games across all competitions to date this season, he has provided two assists.