Inter Milan have reportedly revived their interest in Fenerbahce left-back Ferdi Kadioglu, sending their scouts to monitor the 24-year-old.

The Nerazzurri kept tabs on the fullback throughout the summer and have now rekindled their interest.

According to Haber Global via FcInterNews, the Italian giants were scouting the player during Saturday’s friendly between Germany and Turkiye in Berlin.

Kadioglu was in the starting line-up and scored the equalizer for the Turks in the 38th minute. The visitors went on to beat the Germans by three goals to two.

That goal was the left-back’s first with the senior Turkish national team.

But as the source tells it, Inter isn’t the only club on the player’s heel. Napoli, AC Milan and several clubs from the Bundesliga are reportedly interested in the Turk’s services.

The report claims the player’s value on the market is around 17 million euros.

Inter Milan Sent Scouts To Monitor Fenerbahce Fullback Ferdi Kadioglu

Kadioglu started his career at Dutch side NEC Nijmegen. After rising through the club’s ranks, he joined Fenerbahce in 2018. His contract with the Turkish giants runs until 2026.

This season, the fullback contributed with a single goal and three assists in 18 appearances across all competitions.

Kadioglu was born in the Netherlands and represented the Dutch national national team through various age groups. He made 18 appearances for the Netherlands U21.

Nevertheless, he decided to switch allegiance in 2022 and join his country of origin on the senior level. Since then, he earned 14 caps with Turkiye,