Inter wing-back Robin Gosens has not made the desired start to his life as a Nerazzurri. The Italian club could reportedly consider selling him in the event of a satisfactory offer for the German.
Journalist Daniele Longo claims that Bayer Leverkusen have strongly returned to the pursuit of Gosens.
The report understands that the Bundesliga club wants to land the 28-year-old in the upcoming January transfer window and thus has already made contact with the entourage of the former Atalanta man in Germany.
The goal against Barcelona might have reportedly been a turning point for Leverkusen’s interest in the German international. Gosens is now tempted by the idea of moving to his homeland after the struggles in the Nerazzurri shirt.
Inter director Beppe Marotta is willing to sanction a sale for the former Vitesse full-back, but Inter are demanding €25 million in return for Gosens’ permanent services. Simone Inzaghi’s side made his move permanent last summer by agreeing to pay Atalanta a figure of €22 million plus multiple bonuses.
GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder