The ongoing stop to football due to the Coronavirus pandemic has allowed Inter to evaluate the futures of several players with the club according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.

Inter wish to bolster their wing back department and for this reason they do not deem the signings of on loan Cristiano Biraghi and Victor Moses on a permanent basis to be a priority which would suggest the duo are likely to return to their parent clubs.

It remains probable that Kwadwo Asamoah and Inter will go their separate ways at the end of the season due to the Ghanaian’s constant injury problems.

Inter have also decided that they will try to move Diego Godin on after he failed to live up to expectations but his high annual salary means there are not many clubs capable of signing him.

The report from the Rome based newspaper goes on to state that the futures of Roberto Gagliardini and Matias Vecino could be elsewhere but it cannot be excluded that they could stay.