Daichi Kamada has been offered to Inter Milan and Roma on a free transfer as talks with AC Milan are currently “frozen.”

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that an intermediary has proposed the possibility of signing the 26-year-old Japanese international on a free transfer to both the Nerazzurri and the Giallorossi whilst his anticipated move to Milan is currently stalling.

For some time, it has looked as though Kamada would join Milan on a free transfer.

The 26-year-old’s deal with Eintracht Frankfurt is now officially expired. He is no longer under contract with the Bundesliga club as of the end of last month.

By all reports, Milan had been working to sign Kamada on a free transfer. They secured a personal agreement with the player and his representatives to join on a free transfer.

That was, however, whilst Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara had been handling transfers at the club.

Daichi Kamada Offered To Inter & Roma As Non-EU Status Holds Up AC Milan Move

According to FCIN, Kamada’s move to the Rossoneri is “frozen” for the time being, however.

The reason for this is that Milan are hesitant to complete the move just yet as it would mean taking up a non-EU spot in their squad for the Japanese international.

This means that, for the time being, Kamada is without club and free to negotiate with any suitors.

And, FCIN report, intermediary Beppe Bozzo has made the suggestion of a possible move to Inter CEO Beppe Marotta.

The Nerazzurri CEO is well-known for his use of free transfers. In this sense, a move for Kamada could well prove a tempting option for reinforcing the midfield.

Meanwhile, FCIN report, Bozzo has also offered Kamada to Roma. The Giallorossi are currently going head-to-head with Inter for Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi.

The two clubs could look to Kamada as another option in midfield.