Today is a key day for whether or not Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembelé plays in a black and blur shirt next season as the Chinese summer transfer window closes on this day.
According to a Milano-based newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport: “The Belgian has many admirers in China but has not yet received that serious offer that would convince him of a transfer to the East. Should that not happen Inter is ready to act, but as always the trouble is to find the right formula for the transfer. This because the Belgian is playing under a contract that expires at the end of June 2019, which makes it impossible to conclude a loan deal transfer.”
This is something that the Gazzetta underlines but continues with the fact that Inter currently has no urgency in the midfield department. At least not at the moment stating that “then there is the scenario of sales, where Joao Mario is in the lead to leave although there has not been that many interested clubs. Instead, for Vecino there are several admirers but the €40 million price tag could complicate things. In this case Inter will investigate the plans of the player and could act fast after his plans are established.”