It looks like the formal Atletico Madrid, Villareal and Uruguayan veteran Diego Godin stays in Italy is on the pipeline as Inter player in the upcoming summer transfer window, with many clubs across Europe including two premier league clubs ready for his pen, according to a report from Calciomercato.com today.
The report subtleties how the 34-year-old Uruguayan safeguard, who is contracted to the Nerazzurri until 2022, has attempted to adjust to mentor Antonio Conte’s 3-man barrier and has even been pushed out of the beginning crew by 20-year-old Italian Alessandro Bastoni.
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Godin is one of the most generously compensated players in the crew, just behind Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen, procuring €5 million net for every season, and hence Inter are glad to sell him.
Two ideas for Godin have just shown up from the Premier League, the report proceeds. Manchester United are set to sell Chris Smalling and are hoping to get both Godin and Napoli focus back Kalidou Koulibaly. The other offer originated from José Mourinho’s Tottenham, as Godin would fill the opening abandoned by the takeoff of Jan Vertonghen. Godin himself is essentially searching for standard playing time, and is glad to leave Inter in the event that they can’t ensure that.