Samir Handanovic is not likely to be given the chance to compete for the starting role at Inter once Andre Onana joins this summer.
This according to yesterday’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Slovenian will be the backup to Onana should he extend his contract past the end of June.
Handanovic’s current deal with the Nerazzurri is set to run out at the end of June, and he is currently considering his future at the club.
The club have a plan underway for Onana to be the long-term successor to the 37-year-old, and the Croatian is all set to join from Ajax on a free transfer next summer.
Handanovic could be convinced to renew his deal and be offered a role as a backup to the Cameroonian as he settles in at the club, but the Nerazzurri are not at all likely to offer him a starting spot.