Inter are set to recall goalkeeper Andrei Radu from his loan spell at Cremonese in January, before sending him back out elsewhere.

According to, the Romanian is facing an uncertain future after falling out of favour with the Serie A new boys, particularly after he was displaced by Marco Carnesecchi following his return to fitness after an injury.

Radu is not currently required at Inter, with Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic ahead of him in the pecking order and a costly error last season seeing the Nerazzurri slip in the title race, but the club want him to play regular football.

As such, he is expected to end his stint at Cremonese early and find a new club to complete the season.

However, it is likely that Radu will move abroad rather than remain in Italy, due to the only interest from Serie A coming from Sampdoria, who may approach him should Nicola Ravaglia leave.

Even so, Radu would come in to serve as back up to the untouchable Emil Audero, and so his agent Oscar Damiani is thought to be attempting to stir up interest from Ligue 1, having a strong knowledge of French football.