Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is aiming to sign players at the Nerazzurri during the January transfer window, but before this is possible he must deal with three key situations at the club.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the executive must prioritize sorting out the contracts of Marcelo Brozovic and Nicolo Barella and resolve the future of Alexis Sanchez before any business can be done.
Brozovic’s current deal expires at the end of June 2022 and the club have no intention of losing the key midfielder on a free transfer next summer, while Barella is expected to be offered a deal that takes him past June of 2024 when his present contract expires on increased wages which reflect his importance at the club.
Sanchez, meanwhile, is reportedly unsettled at the club having had an outburst at the start of the month about his lack of playing time.
Marotta will have to deal with these situations before the club will be able to dip into the transfer market in the January window, which is on the agenda.