Inter and Robin Gosens have both long decided against listening to offers from the Bundesliga for loan moves during the January transfer window.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri and Gosens took the decision together that the German would remain until at least the end of the season well before the January transfer window opened.
It now looks all but certain that Gosens will stay at Inter for the rest of the current season and try to cement a place for himself after twelve months of injury-hit and unconvincing form.
However, this looked to be in a lot of doubt just a few weeks ago.
The 28-year-old former Atalanta wingback was strongly linked with a number of Bundesliga teams.
Clubs in the German top flight were reportedly almost lining up to try and loan the German for the remainder of the current campaign, and the player and Inter were reportedly both considering this as a possibility.
The fact that Gosens missed out Germany’s squad at the World Cup further added motivation for him to look for regular playing time, and potentially a new environment in which to re-find his form.
However, both Gosens and Inter considered the interest from the Bundesliga at length, and decided well before this month that they have no plans of agreeing a loan deal away fro him.