Inter are in talks with Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev about the possibility of playing a friendly match to raise aid to benefit Ukraine.
This according to the Ukrainian team’s coach, former Nerazzurri boss Mircea Lucescu, who explained to the press before a friendly match against Borussia Dortmund, as reported by FCInterNews, that Inter could be another team who Dynamo could face.
Dynamo are currently not involved in any league play due to the suspension of domestic football in Ukraine during the Russian invasion of the country.
As the club’s coach explained, they are playing friendly matches with major European teams in order to raise aid money for Ukraine amid the ongoing invasion.
It remains to be seen if the Nerazzurri will agree on a friendly match against Dynamo, and if so when it will be played given their busy schedule, but the talks are ongoing according to Dynamo’s coach.
Lucescu explained that “The whole Dynamo Kiev team, including the support staff, is now in Bucharest, where we are headquartered in the Romanian Olympic base.”
“In the meantime we’ve played benefit matches in Cluj, in Istanbul against Galatasaray, and in Warsaw against Legia, the proceeds of which will go to the rebuilding effort Ukraine,” he continued.
“We are also in contact with PSG and Inter to play matches with those clubs as well,” Lucescu said.