Brazilian left-back Dalbert could join Cagliari or CSKA Moscow after declining the offer to join Turkish club Trabzonspor this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that both clubs have shown an interest in the 27-year-old, and that his preference remains a stay in Italy.

Dalbert is a player who the Nerazzurri are thought to have put firmly in the shop window, with the club hoping to receive a fee for the player who is not a part of first-team plans at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Trabzonspor are thought to have jumped to the front of the queue for his signature, with the Turskish side having reached an agreement for a loan move for the player containing an obligation to buy which reportedly would have been triggered by twenty appearances.

However, the 27-year-old has decided to decline their offer, and the Nerazzurri will seek to find another buyer for the player.

It is thought that the player is not keen on a move to a Turkish side, particularly one outside of the capital such as Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, or Besiktas.

CSKA Moscow are thought to be another club interested, with the Russian side having been in talks with the Nerazzurri last week, though it is thought that they would likely only offer to take him on loan with a purchase option should they come back in for the Brazilian.

Meanwhile, Serie A side Cagliari have emerged as a possible destination, and the player could prioritize a move to the Sardinian club as he would like to remain in Italy in France.

The Rossoblu are interested in signing the player, though for now it remains to be seen whether a deal could be reached with the Nerazzurri which would be economically feasible and which both clubs would agree terms to.