Inter are one of several top clubs in Serie A who have been following Feyenoord’s Marcos Senesi, according to a member of the defender’s entourage.
Senesi has made 32 appearances in all competitions for the Eredivisie side this season, scoring three goals and providing three assists from centre-back.
Stefano Antonelli, who helps represent the 23-year-old, today revealed the Nerazzurri are avid admirers of his client.
Speaking in an interview with Radio Marte, Antonelli said: “Napoli could be an option for Senesi.
“But even at Inter they know everything about him.
“And although AC Milan are in talks with Alessio Romagnoli over a deal, they know all about Senesi as well.”
Antonelli went on to insist that while it is still too early to say anything concrete about the Argentine’s future, there are no shortage of clubs in for him, including many from the Bundesliga.
“Senesi is a player who cannot go unnoticed,” he argued.
“We do not call around or offer him out, others call us.
“His father knows perfectly well how this world works but we are in March, at a time when everything still has to be decided between cups and leagues and even the changes of coaches.
“In Germany there are three or four clubs that are very rich and very attentive to Senesi.”
Senesi, who joined Feyenoord from San Lorenzo in 2019, is under contract with the Eredivisie outfit through to the end of the 2022-23 season.
Dick Advocaat’s side are fifth in Dutch football’s top flight after 25 matches, eight points off the UEFA Champions League qualification spots.