Inter, a difficult road for Gudmundsson: 10 transfers needed for the Genoa blitz

Time, patience and supplies: with this mix theInter will be able to make sure Albert Gudmundsson. The Icelandic joker of the Genoa is the Nerazzurri’s big transfer objective, as highlighted by Tuttosportdespite the hiring of Mehdi Taremi to reinforce the attacking package commanded by Lautaro and Thuram.

He would give that extra something to Simone Inzaghi’s squad, which will want to compete not only on national soil but also abroad, taking into account the Club World Cup. The ’97-born player would be a coup for his position on the pitch, as a second striker-attacking midfielder, as well as for his clear dribbling skills that the Nerazzurri coach does not have at his disposal. The player is liked, Inter knows it, but to break through the request of 35 million euros from Genoa the only way is through sequential transfers.

The starting list includes: redundancieslike Correa, Radu, Agoumé and Vanheusden – we read in the Roman newspaper -, plus the young to be transferred on loan or permanently with the right to buy back (Filip Stankovic, Oristanio, Satriano, Sebastiano and Francesco Pio Esposito) and the unknown Marko Arnautovic. A clean sweep, in short, to snatch Gudmundsson’s signature.