Inter could target Cagliari midfielder Nahitan Nandez in the January transfer window once again after having missed out on him over the summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club could look to bring the Uruguayan in on a long-term loan formula which would be economically feasible.
Nandez had been among Inter’s major targets in the summer, but in the end they were unable to find an agreement for a deal with the Rossoblu.
However, the Nerazzurri’s interest in Nandez has not been dropped, and they could look to return for him as soon as January, with the club having given indication that players will be brought in during the window.
The Rossoblu still value Nandez at around €30 million, but the Nerazzurri could seek a loan operation which is feasible for both clubs.
In the summer Cagliari asked for a €5 million paid loan with a purchase obligation, but this could be made to work if the obligation is to be paid in eighteen months rather than in June.
Furthermore, Inter could also offer young striker Martin Satriano on loan as part of a deal in order to convince Cagliari.