Inter midfielder Matias Vecino seems destined to join a new club in January, a report claims, with Milan among the two options at present.
Il Corriere della Sera reported on Tuesday that the Nerazzurri want to offer Vecino in exchange for midfielder Franck Kessie, something which Boban and Maldini aren’t too excited about currently.
Calciomercato.com then provided an update on Vecino’s future, stating that the Uruguay international is available this month as Antonio Conte has deemed him not indispensable to Inter’s cause.
According to the latest update il Corriere della Sera – as cited by MilanNews.it – Vecino is no longer a part of Conte’s technical plans and for this reason Inter are at work to sell him.
The paper claims that the 28-year-old – who was not even on the bench for Tuesday night’s Coppa Italia win over Cagliari – could end up at Spurs as part of a swap deal for Christian Eriksen or could remain in Milano altogether and join the red half of the city in a swap for Kessie.