Midfielder Giovannin Fabbian will likely leave Inter Milan this summer regardless of what happens with Lazar Samardzic.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the likes of Genoa, Frosinone, and Bologna are all interested in loaning the 20-year-old, whilst Udinese could well still sign him.

For the past couple of weeks, it has looked as though Inter would send Fabbian to Udinese as part of a deal for Samardzic.

The Nerazzurri reportedly convinced the Friulani to make a deal for the latter partly by offering the former.

Reports have suggested that Samardzic has been set to join Inter on loan with a purchase obligation. Meanwhile, Fabbian would head to Udinese on a permanent deal, with the Nerazzurri retaining a buyback option.

However, the move of Samardzic to Inter is now on the verge of falling through.

Unless the Nerazzurri can patch things up with the Serb’s entourage in last ditch talks, he will not join.

Fabbian to Leave Inter Regardless Of Samardzic Deal

This leaves Fabbian’s move to Udinese in a high degree of doubt.

Whilst the transfer is nominally separate from that of Samardzic to Inter, the two clubs agreed it as part of the same talks as those for Samardzic.

Currently, FCIN report, Fabbian is back at Inter training for the new season.

However, that does not mean that the young midfielder will stay at the Nerazzurri.

On the contrary, the outlet reports, a move away is likely still on the cards for Fabbian, whether it is on loan or on a permanent basis with a buyback option.

Repports have suggested that all of Lecce, Bologna, Salernitana, Genoa, and Empoli have all shown interest in signing Fabbian.

Meanwhile, Udinese could still sign the 20-year-old even if Samardzic did not end up going in the other direction.