Stuttgart could be forced into selling wingback Borna Sosa as early as the January transfer window.
This according to German broadcaster Sky Sports Deutschland, who report that financial issues could force the Bundesliga club to cash in on the 24-year-old, who had been a major target for Inter in the summer, and that he is valued at between €15 million and €25 million.
Sosa has been on Inter’s radar for the left flank for a little while, and emerged as a significant target towards the end of the summer transfer window.
With Robin Gosens’s future having been uncertain at the time given transfer links to Bayer Leverkusen, Sosa looked to have been the player who the Nerazzurri had lined up to replace the German.
Gosens instead stayed at Inter, although the 28-year-old’s status continues to be up in the air as he is linkd with a move away as early as January.
Given that they were unable to sell Sosa in the summer, Stuttgart instead sold striker Sasa Kalajdzic to Wolverhampton Wanderers and midfielder Orel Mangala to Nottingham Forest to raise money in the transfer window.
However, the Germans continue to deal with financial issues that could force them into a significant sale.
According to Sky Sports Deutschland, Sosa could be the player sacrificed, and Stuttgart would value him at between €15 million and €25 million.