Inter would be willing to let wingback Denzel Dumfries depart during the January transfer window should the right offer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri would consider selling the Dutchman this month for a fee of around €60 million, with Chelsea and Manchester United interested.
Inter’s preference would be to keep hold of Dumfries until the end of the current season, and then to make considerations about his future during the summer transfer window.
However, the Nerazzurri are well aware that interest in the 26-year-old former PSV player’s signature could arrive as early as this month.
Chelsea are very keen on Dumfries and could move for him to fill in for the injured Reece James, whilst Man United coach Erik ten Hag is a big fan.
Inter’s valuation of the Dutchman is around €60 million off the back of his impressive performances for his national team at the World Cup in Qatar.
Should this asking price be met, the Nerazzurri could allow Dumfries to leave before the January transfer window closes, according to the Gazzetta.