Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin believe that Borussia Dortmund defender Manuel Akanji isn’t a player who Inter are interested in signing this summer.
Speaking to the Twitch channel of Italian news outlet Calciomercato.it, as reported by FCInter1908, Biasin denied the transfer links between the Nerazzurri and the Swiss defender reported earlier today, and also spoke on some other transfer business at Inter this summer.
Inter are likely to lose at least one first-choice central defender this summer, in addition to having already parted ways with Andrea Ranocchia on a free transfer, and so the likelihood is that they will sign defensive reinforcements.
The Nerazzurri have been linked with a number of players in the position already this summer, and the latest is Akanji who German news outlet Bild claimed has become a target for them.
However, Biasin does not believe that the Nerazzurri are in actuality targeting the 26-year-old, and that the players they are after are actually already widely known.
“There’s nothing to the links,” he said of Akanji and Inter. “Inter have already ‘spoiled’ all of their targets.”
Biasin also reported that “Atalanta are very keen on Pinamonti. PSG have some interest, plus a move by his agent. Inter expect to make about €20 million from his sale, he should go to Bergamo in the end.”
“Then we have to see if the offer of €70 million for Skriniar from arrives from PSG,” he went on, “which would then send Bremer to the Nerazzurri. If not immediately, just about.”
“Vidal has settled on Flamengo and this is good news,” Biasin said. “Inter will pay a severance of around €4 million euros.”
And regarding the situation of Paulo Dybala, he said that “The truth about Dybala is that the situation has been the same for at least a week. Everything is at a stop now. If I were him I would be starting to seriously wonder where I’ll be playing next season, if not anxiously.”