Inter do not want to waste any time getting a sale of wingback Denzel Dumfries done.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri are keen to wrap up a sale of the Dutchman at an asking price of €60 million, potentially during the January transfer window.
Dumfries’s form at the World Cup in Qatar with the Dutch national team, particularly his standout display in a round of sixteen win over the US, has seen has value increase.
The Nerazzurri now feel that it is the right time to sell the former PSV wingback, in whom there is no shortage of transfer interest, particularly from teams in the Premier League.
The Nerazzurri are aiming to get a deal done to bring in a big fee for Dumfries as soon as they can.
Inter could look to complete a sale of Dumfries during the January transfer window, but then keep him on loan for the remainder of the current season.