AC Milan have put talks with Daichi Kamada on stand-by and his agents have offered him to rivals Inter, according to a report.
As per the latest from SportMediaset (via MilanNews), the future of Kamada – who is officially a free agent after his contract with Eintracht Frankfurt expired – is still uncertain despite suggestions Milan are were scheduling his medical.
The Japan international does indeed have an agreement with Milan over personal terms but the Rossoneri have put his arrival at Milanello on hold as they only have one slot available for non-EU players.
They would like to sign Samuel Chukwueze from Villarreal for the right wing, which would exclude the signing of Kamada. His entourage have thus offered the 26-year-old playmaker to Inter.
For the Nerazzurri he could be an idea if they were to miss out on the signings of Davide Frattesi and Lazar Samardzic, who are the top two targets for the midfield.