Wolfsburg have made their opening bid to try and sign Inter Milan wingback Robin Gosens, offering a deal worth €14 million.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportItalia, who report that the Bundesliga have submitted an official offer to the Nerazzurri formalizing their interest in the 28-year-old German international, with it now up to Inter to make a decision.

Inter are listening to offers for Gosens this summer.

The German has never quite hit the ground running following his move from Atalanta last January. Upon his arrival, Gosens was behind Ivan Perisic in the pecking order. Then, last season, Federico Dimarco inherited the first-choice role from Perisic rather than Gosens.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri would reportedly not be opposed to selling Gosens, for the right price.

The Bundesliga’s Union Berlin have reportedly been moving towards trying to sign the former Atalanta star.

Meanwhile, Premier League duo Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest are reportedly also thinking about a move.

However, in terms of a move back to his home country, Union aren’t the only candidates for Gosens’s signature.

There have also been several reports of Wolfsburg being keen. Despite not being able to offer the 28-year-old European football, they could still make their effort to beat Union to his signature.

The Bundesliga side’s Sporting Director has confirmed that they are in the hunt for a left-back.

Wolfsburg Make Initial Offer For Inter Milan Wingback Robin Gosens

Now, SportItalia report, Wolfsburg have made their official.

The Italian broadcaster reports that the Germans have offered an initial one-season loan for the former Atalanta star. Then, at the end of the loan there would be a purchase obligation with a fee of €14 million.

Now, it is up to Inter to decide whether they’ll accept this.

It would constitute a significant reduction from what Inter paid for Gosens eighteen months ago. Therefore, the Nerazzurri may expect an increase.

However, Inter may well decide to cut Gosens lose and go after a replacement.

Monza’s Carlos Augusto is reportedly the Nerazzurri’s first choice to replace Gosens.