Stefano Sensi has six games to convince Inter he is worth keeping for next season, according to a report in the Italian media today.
FcInterNews.it said the Nerazzurri were yet to make a clear decision on the midfielder’s future and that Inter’s Serie A title run-in could have a bearing on Sensi’s prospects.
Sensi has made just 15 appearances all season and he has never played a full 90 minutes, with Antonio Conte thought to have lost ‘a small part’ of his faith in the 25-year-old.
Inter’s directors will soon meet to draw up plans for the transfer window, so in the meantime Sensi must take every chance given to him to show that he can be counted on next season.
If Sensi failed to convince Inter’s management then the club would be prepared to consider offers for the former Sassuolo midfielder, with a starting price of €20 million for any suitors.
Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi is an admirer of Sensi and so is Daniele Prade at Fiorentina, with FCIN suggesting both clubs could be tempted to make a move (although there is nothing concrete yet).
Sensi is happy at Inter and wants to stay at the club despite two seasons which have been plagued by injury concerns, ever since he was taken off during a 2-1 defeat at home to Juventus back in 2019.
It is now down to him to show what he’s made of and nail down a place in Conte’s squad for the 2021-22 season.