Agent Oscar Damiani has issued an update on the status of his client Andrei Radu’s possible loan move from Inter to Cremonese during the summer transfer window.
Leaving the Nerazzurri’s headquarters, as reported by FCInter1908, Damiani explained that the clubs are ready to agree a one-season loan, but that the decision will ultimately be up to Radu.
Radu is in search of a new club for the upcoming season, likely on loan, as the 25-year-old does not look to have a role to play at Inter given that he hardly played last season behind captain Samir Handanovic and now Andre Onana is also being signed from Ajax.
Cremonese have emerged as one of the teams keenest on Radu’s signature, as the newly-promoted side have identified the Romanian as a replacement for Marco Carnesecchi following his return to parent club Atalanta at the end of his loan from last season.
Damiani explained that “Andrei is away a few days, and when he comes back he’ll decide. He’s the one who’ll go to play, not us.”
“As agents we do our job, but the decisions are up to the players,” he added. “He likes the idea, there are also also offers from France and Germany, however he wants to stay in Italy and Cremonese could be a good solution, but the last word is his.”
As far as whether the move will be completed after Radu ends his vacation, Damiani explained that “If he decides yes, the two clubs are all set to. There’s an agreement in principle between the two clubs, but obviously the player’s signature is needed.”
And asked whether the loan would be a one-season-long dry loan, the agent simply replied “Yeah.”