Inter Milan Tracking Rostov-Owned Defender Dennis Hadzikadunic As Possible Milan Skriniar Replacement, Italian Media Report
Inter are tracking young Rostov-owned Mallorca Dennis Hadzikanudic as a possible replacement for Milan Skriniar on the right side of their defense.
This according to Italian news outlet Goal.com, via FCInter1908, who report that the 24-year-old is a player on the Nerazzurri’s radar and that they have already met with his agent, although other Italian clubs including Juventus are also keen on his signature.
Inter’s search for a right-sided defender who can succeed Skriniar is now well underway now that it is clear that the Slovakian will leave to join Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.
One possibility out of left field would be Hadzikanudic, a young defender whose performances have been impressing this season.
The Bosnian has come onto the radar of a number of clubs, having impressed on loan back at Malmo, the club he joined Rostov from, over the first half of the season before joining Mallorca on loan for the rest of the season.