Arturo Vidal’s move to Inter is currently on hold until Inter offload some players a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset, which was aired a short time ago, suggests.
During the meeting between Inter manager Antonio Conte and club management, it was decided that the club would carry out their transfer market business on a self-financing basis.
Inter currently have 32 players in their team and Diego Godin, Kwadwo Asamoah, Antonio Candreva, Lucien Agoumé, Marcelo Brozovic, Matias Vecino, Ivan Perisic, Radja Nainggolan, Sebastiano Esposito, Joao Mario and Dalbert could all be moved on before the window closes.
In order for Vidal to join Inter, it is necessary for Godin’s transfer to Cagliari to go through as well as Agoume’s loan to newly promoted Spezia.
Inter will pay Barcelona €500,000 plus add-ons for Vidal and he will join on a two year contract with an option to a third year worth €6 million a year.
The report concludes that Inter management are hopeful that they will be able to move on more of the above players in order to avoid having to sacrifice one of Milan Skriniar or Lautaro Martinez to raise funds to carry out remaining business.