Inter are not interested in signing Eintrachr Frankfurt wingback Filip Kostic this summer, as they want to continue on with Ivan Perisic and Robin Gosens next season.
This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reports on his homepage that there are no serious talks with the 29-year-old and that the priority is to extend the contract of Ivan Perisic.
Kostic’s current deal with Eintracht runs out at the end of June 2023, but it is likely that the German club will sell him rather than let him go into the final season of his contract.
The Serb has been linked with a move to Italy, with the Nerazzurri one of the clubs reportedly considering a move.
Kostic has been a target for Inter in the left-sided wingback role in past transfer windows, and could be a consideration once again.
However, according to Pedulla, the Nerazzurri have made their decision with Robin Gosens for the role when they signed the German from Atalanta in January, and they will also do everything they can to renew with Perisic.
According to Pedulla, Roma and Lazio are both interested in signing Kostic ahead of next season, but not Inter.