A significant Liverpool cog and a midfielder Leeds Utd retain a robust curiosity in have emerged on the January radar of Serie A giants Inter Milan.
The Reds are at the moment within the midst of a crippling harm disaster.
The long-term accidents to Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez have taken the headlines. Their midfield, nevertheless, has fared little higher. Jordan Henderson, Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have all skilled spells on the remedy desk this season.
In distinction, one participant who has been an ever-present has been Dutch veteran Georginio Wijnaldum.
The 30-year-old is within the final yr of his Anfield contract, nevertheless, and no concrete indicators of his keep being prolonged have emerged – regardless of the rumoured final provide.
Stories surfaced earlier within the week of Antonio Conte’s Inter facet registering their curiosity within the Klopp favorite.
Now, these experiences have been backed up by Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport.
The publication (through Purpose), observe that Wijnaldum could be the proper candidate for a free agent swoop in the summertime.
Owing to his impending free company, Wijnaldum will have the ability to negotiate his future path in January.
Inter plotting raid on Leeds goal
Moreover, the Italian facet may very well be set to trigger Leeds Utd a headache over their pursuit of Rodrigo De Paul.
The Argentine, 26, was closely linked with a swap to Elland Street in the summertime.
Current experiences urged Marcelo Bielsa was aiming to persuade the membership to launch a recent method for the dynamic box-to-box participant from Udinese.
Certainly, a Leeds chief moved to verify the small print of their summer time curiosity final week.
Now, Corriere dello Sport (through Purpose) have throw a spanner into the works by reporting that the misfielder is ‘mentioned to be of curiosity’ to the Nerazzurri.
His rumoured asking value of €30m-€35m, would, nevertheless, be troublesome for Inter to beat.
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