Inter could struggle to offload midfielder Arturo Vidal in this transfer window, with no clubs coming forward with firm proposals for the 34-year-old.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the Nerazzurri may not be able to get the player off of their wage bill even if they offer him a severance package to terminate his contract.
Vidal arrived last summer from Barcelona, but he is no longer in the club’s plans and is considered to be injury-prone, and the removal of the Chilean’s salary is considered to be a priority this summer.
The Nerazzurri have already allowed Joao Mario to terminate his contract by mutual agreement to facilitate a move to Benfica, and look set to do the same with Radja Nainggolanin order to allow the player to join Cagliari.
They are considering doing the same with Vidal, but the player and his entourage will only consider this should he have a firm offer from another club, which is not currently the case.
As it stands, the Nerazzurri could be stuck with the player, and are not currently considering extending his contract a further year in order to spread out his hefty wages.