Inter midfielder Matias Vecino could leave during the transfer window, but the club would not be willing to part ways with him at a discount.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will not offload him for a low fee even though his contract expires next summer.
Vecino’s current deal is set to run out at the end of June 2022, and so far there is no indication that an agreement will be found on an extension.
The Uruguayan has even hinted that he is not happy at the club, speaking about the lack of playing time that he feels he has received so far.
For this reason the 30-year-old could be on his way as early as the January transfer window, but the Nerazzurri will not allow him to leave for a cut-price fee, particularly to a direct rival.
Among the clubs most interested in Vecino’s signature are current league leaders Napoli, and the Nerazzurri do not have any intention of doing a favour for their Scudetto rivals by letting them sign the player for cheap.