Inter have performed a U-turn on Ashley Young’s future, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Gazzetta dello Sport’s print edition said the Nerazzurri now wanted the wing-back to stay at the club, just 23 days before Young’s contract expires.
Inter’s directors will try and persuade Young to stay by offering him a new one-year deal, having originally decided he would leave after Achraf Hakimi and Ivan Perisic.
Young has interest from his boyhood club Watford and it will be him who makes the final decision on where he plays next season.
Inter Miami, a club owned by David Beckham in MLS, are also interested in signing Young, with former Manchester United defender Phil Neville currently the head coach.
In general, Inter are reflecting on the futures of those whose contracts expire on June 30 and they could change their strategies.
Simone Inzaghi wants to keep Andrea Ranocchia, for instance, and therefore his agent Tulio Tinti will meet Inter next week to discuss a new contract.