Inter Milan will say goodbye to third-choice goalkeeper Alex Cordaz, who leaves on a free transfer two years after joining.

The Nerazzurri confirm that the 40-year-old will be on his way in an announcement on their official site.

Veteran goalkeeper Cordaz has spent the past two seasons as one of three keepers at Inter.

Cordaz’s role has been strictly as a backup option. In fact, the 40-year-old’s one and only actual appearance for the club in his second spell came in the Nerazzurri’s Serie A season-ender against Torino last campaign.

Cordaz was given a chance off the bench in the second half. He did, however, have the chance to show his impressive reflexes with an excellent save to ensure that the Nerazzurri ended the season with a win;

For the most part, however, Cordaz’s role was behind the scenes.

Having come through the club’s youth academy before embarking on a journeyman career, Cordaz had a strong connection to the club and knowledge of the atmosphere.

Accordingly, the veteran keeper was important as an influence on the squad and in training. The ex-Crotone helped give cohesion in the dressing room.

Inter Milan & Alex Cordaz Part Ways – Al-Nassr Move Expected

The expectation now is that Cordaz will join Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr.

The 40-year-old should follow former Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic to that club.

Apart from being Inter teammates last season, Cordaz and Brozovic are also personal friends. Therefore, the Croat’s move to the Saudi club was reportedly a crucial factor in Cordaz also deciding to join.

Al-Nassr have reportedly lined up a coaching role for the 40-year-old.

And so Cordaz says goodbye to Inter for the second time.

The keeper joined from Crotone, who he had captained and made over 200 appearances for, in the summer of 2021.

Cordaz joined Inter on a free transfer. And he leaves via the same route, with his contract having run out at the end of last month,