Inter may have found a destination for midfielder Roberto Gagliardini in Cremonese, but they may send goalkeeper Andrei Radu back.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian international is set to leave Inter this season, with his contract due to expire in June.
With the Nerazzurri looking to cash in and avoid losing Gagliardini for free in the summer, they are hoping to sell in January and have found an admirer in Cremonese.
Whilst Gianluca Gaetano of Napoli remains their prime target, Gagliardini and Juventus’ Filippo Ranocchia are also of interest.
The newly promoted club are looking to reinforce their squad and maintain their Serie A status, but they may also have further transfer dealings with Inter.
Cremonese took back-up goalkeeper Radu on loan at the start of the campaign but it is reported that they are unconvinced by the Romanian, and will look to terminate his deal.