Inter are hoping that they can facilitate the transfer of midfielder Arturo Vidal away from the club this summer.
Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and Sporting Director Piero Ausilio would welcome the departure of the 34-year-old Chilean midfielder.
Due to the financial situation at the club, the departure of players who are not thought to have a major role at the club going forward is a priority for the club and will play a big role of determining the success of the transfer window as a whole.
Former Juventus and Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal transferred to Inter from FC Barcelona last summer, as he was wanted by then-Nerazzurri manager Antonio Conte.
The Chilean made 30 appearances in all competitions for Inter last season and scored two goals in total, including a vital opener against his former club Juventus in the league.
Even though the departure of Vidal would not necessarily bring in a transfer fee, it would reduce the club’s wage bill.