Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio feels that the chance of forward Joaquin Correa during the January transfer window is a small one.

Reporting live on air yesterday evening, via FCInterNews, Di Marzio explained that the Nerazzurri will be in no rush to offload the 28-year-old who has a good relationship with coach Simone Inzaghi.

Correa’s future at Inter has been cast in some doubt in recent days, particularly as an injury has ruled him out of the World Cup with the Argentine national team.

Reports have stated that if the 28-year-old were to seek a new challenge to reignite his career, he could be one of the most likely names to leave the Nerazzurri during the January transfer window.

However, according to Di Marzio there are a number of factors that would still make a departure fairly unlikely for the Argentine.

“He’s a player who’s loyal to Inzaghi, who knows exactly how to play in the system and is happy to accept more of a substitute role,” Di Marzio explained of Correa.

“I don’t think Inter want to offload him, particularly because it wouldn’t be easy for them to find an offer that would allow them to make up an adequate amount of the €31 million they paid for him,” he continued.

“It would be impossible to let him leave loan, and the player may not accept it anyway.”

Di Marzio explained that “I don’t think there’s much of a chance he leaves in January, Inzaghi wouldn’t want to be deprived of a player who he still believes in.”