Real Betis have inquired about the availability of Inter Milan midfielder Stefano Sensi who won’t stay at Monza after his loan spell with the Brianzoli has ended.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Spanish team are the one suitors to come forward for the 27-year-old so far, and that the other possibility on the table right now would be for him to stay at Inter.

Sensi had spent the season just gone on loan at Monza.

However, the Italian international will not stay at the U-Power Arena for another season. The Brianzoli have declined the option to sign him on a permanent basis.

This leaves Sensi’s future very much up in the air.

The former Sassuolo midfielder had something of a mixed campaign with Monza. On the one hand, he did enjoy a fair bit of playing time and show his quality for lengthy spells.

On the other, an ankle injury disrupted the middle of his season. Injuries have become a major theme for Sensi as the midfielder has grown a reputation for being unfortunate with physical problems.

Moreover, towards the end of the campaign Sensi was not a regular in Raffaele Palladino’s starting eleven for Monza.

Real Betis Interested In Inter Milan Midfielder Stefano Sensi

According to FCIN, the one team to have tested the waters to sign Sensi so far is Real Betis.

The Andalusians are on the lookout for midfield reinforcements for another campaign in the Europa League.

According to FCIN, Betis have made their initial inquiry with Inter. It has not yet certain how serious they are about signing the 27-year-old.

On the other hand, Sensi could stay at Inter. FCIN report that this is the only other serious option on the table at the moment.

The likely departure of Marcelo Brozovic as well as Roberto Gagliardini leaving on a free transfer mean that Inter will have to reinforce in midfield.

Whilst the likes of Davide Frattesi and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic have been linked, the Nerazzurri won’t want to make two big-money signing. Sensi could represent a low-cost option to make up the numbers.

Sensi’s current contract with Inter runs out at the end of next June.