Inter could move for Roma midfielder Gonzalo Villar on loan this month, but only in the even that Stefano Sensi and Matias Vecino both leave the club.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that two midfield departures would likely be needed in order for the Spaniard to be brought in on loan.
Villar is out of favour at the Giallorossi and could be available on a loan deal this month, and the Nerazzurri have identified him as an ideal backup to Marcelo Borozovic in the squad.
However, there is already a significant number of midfielders in the team, and it would only be feasible to bring the 23-year-old in should some space be made in the positions.
Vecino looks to be the likeliest to depart this month with the 30-year-old having spoken about wanting more playing time, while Sensi could also leave on loan on search of playing time, in which the club would move for Villar.