Inter will allow midfielder Arturo Vidal to depart on a free transfer should an offer come in which matches his current salary.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Chilean is no longer wanted at the Nerazzurri and that the club are hoping to offload him this summer with the size of the wages owed on the remaining year of his deal the primary obstacle to a deal being done.
Vidal arrived last summer from Barcelona but fitness problems prevented him from making an impact for the Nerazzurri towards the second half of last season, and he is not in the plans of new head coach Simone Inzaghi.
Multiple clubs are interested in signing the 34-year-old for next season, including the likes of Boca Juniors, Flamengo, and clubs in MLS, but even without a transfer fee it is doubtful that any interested club would be able to accomodate his high salary.
Accordingly, the Nerazzurri have to offer Vidal a severance package to cover part of the wages remaining on the final year of his deal in order to offload him this summer.