Inter Could Replace Aleksandr Kolarov With Empoli’s Mattia Viti, Italian Media Report

Inter Could Replace Aleksandr Kolarov With Empoli’s Mattia Viti, Italian Media Report
April 29, 2022 12:00
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Inter could sign Empoli defender Mattia Viti this summer to take the place of Aleksandr Kolarov in their squad.

This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the young Italian defender could take the place of Kolarov in the team with the Serb set to leave at the end of his contract, whilst Danilo D’Ambrosio and Andrea Ranocchia could stay.

All three of Kolarov, D’Ambrosio, and Ranocchia see their current deals run out at the end of June, having extended them by one season last summer.

Kolarov will leave, though the club could decide to stick with both D’Ambrosio and Ranocchia for at least one more season for their experience at relatively low wages.

However, if Kolarov is to leave then a defensive signing should arrive, and Viti could be the player to reinforce their defensive ranks, especially as he is identified as a player with the potential to improve in the coming seasons.

By Toni Weeler

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