Inter Milan Robin Gosens has decided to turn down the offer to join Wolfsburg as their technical project hasn’t convinced him.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 28-year-old now looks very likely to remain at the Nerazzurri for next season.

This summer is not the first transfer window in which Gosens’s future at Inter has looked uncertain.

Despite the fact that the 28-year-old only arrived from Atalanta last January, he has never quite found his best form in a Nerazzurri shirt across the past year and a half.

Moreover, Gosens has never quite cemented the first-choice starting spot on the left flank.

In his first six months at Inter, that position belonged squarely to Ivan Perisic. Then, last season, it was Federico Dimarco rather than Gosens who made the position his own.

The most interest to have come in for Gosens has been from the Bundesliga. And this summer has been no different in that respect.

First, Union Berlin had made an approach.

But it has been Wolfsburg who have seemingly made the most serious effort to sign Gosens.

Robin Gosens Rejects Wolfsburg’s Offer – Not Convinced By Project

Wolfsburg have been in talks with both Inter and with Gosens and his representatives.

With the Nerazzurri, the German team have reportedly tried to agree a loan deal with a conditional purchase obligation.

And as far as the player’s side, Wolfsburg have tried to convince Gosens on their project.

Unlike Union, who are in the Champions League, Wolfsburg do not have any European football next season.

However, the Bundesliga team’s hope has been that they could tempt the former Atalanta man by offering him playing time prior to next summer’s Euros.

However, the Gazzetta report, Gosens is not certain.

The German has made the decision to stick around at Inter as Wolfsburg have not managed to convince him.