Inter midfielder Matias Vecino could leave the club in the coming months if a fair offer arrives according to a report from Italian news outlet

The Uruguayan national team player has a value of €9.4 million against the club’s books and Inter value him in the region of €22-25 million.

Inter manager Antonio Conte has recently deemed Roberto Gagliardini to be non-transferable but he does not feel the same way about Vecino, who joined Inter in a €24 million deal from Fiorentina back in the Summer of 2017.

Reports in Spanish media have recently suggested that Valencia have an interest in signing the 28-year-old and Premier League club Everton have also been linked with him in recent months but this report warns their interest is not as intense as it was.

This season Vecino has made 23 appearances across all competitions to date. In just shy of 1700 minutes on the field, he has scored three goals and provided one assist.