Stefano Sensi is not certain to stay at Inter for next season, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Tuttosport’s print edition said Inter were assessing their options with the midfielder after another injury-ravaged season.

Inter believe in Sensi’s talent and made a big investment when they signed him for a total of €25 million, but they have not seen the real Sensi since his first injury at the start of the 2019-20 season.

The Nerazzurri would not sell Sensi for less than €20 million, though, and it is difficult to envisage a club offering that much at the moment.

Shakhtar Donetsk and Fiorentina are thought to be interested in Sensi, but they will have to cough up a big offer to secure his services.

Inter will not consider sending Sensi out on loan, the report assured, because they would not get any money but they would need to still find a replacement.

In any case, the club would rather make money from selling Matias Vecino and Arturo Vidal before they parted company with Sensi.