Inter will be able to sign Alex Telles on loan from Manchester United as long as they agree to buy him permanently when their financial situation improves, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Manchester United do not want to let Inter take the Brazilian left-back on loan without guaranteeing themselves a transfer fee later down the line.

Inter have been told this by multiple clubs who understand that they are in a very tricky financial position right now but are still willing to do business with the Nerazzurri. A similar situation is ongoing with Arsenal for Hector Bellerin.

It is believed that Alex Telles is keen on returning to Inter as he only made nine league appearances for Manchester United last season because of Luke Shaw’s fine form.

AS Roma are also actively pursuing the player so Inter will have to convince him of their project.