Zinho Vanhesuden’s will stay at Standard Liege for the time being, with Inter unlikely to exercise a €16 million buyback clause inserted in the player’s contract.
Belgian news outlet voetbalprimeur.be report that the player’s future is currently up in the air with the Belgian club expected to make sales in the summer, but the 21-year-old is currently set to remain in Liege.
Vanhesuden was purchased by Inter from Standard Liege in 2015 as a youth player, before being loaned back to the club and then sold on a permanent basis.
However, the Nerazzurri retained an option to buy the player back when selling him outright.
Nevertheless, given the current financial situation at Inter and the agenda of meeting financial targets, there is very little possibility of the Belgian being brought back to Milan in the summer.
Vanheusden and teammate Michel-Ange Balikwisha, another Standard Liege player linked with a move away, both returned to the club’s first training session yesterday.