Daniele Padelli’s time at Inter could come to a close at the end of the season, according to Tuttosport.
The former Torino goalkeeper, who arrived in Milan in the summer of 2017 as the back-up to Handanovic, has a contract which expires in June.
He has made only one appearance with the Nerazzurri (in the Coppa Italia against Pordenone last season), and could decide to change teams to try a new experience.
Tuttosport reported: “The current vice-Handanovic – who so far has not made an appearance this season – also has a contract expiring in June 2019 and at the moment all talk of a renewal is frozen, both for the reasoning of the club, and for those of the goalkeeper who could consider seeking new experiences away from Inter.”
Padelli made 100 league appearances for Torino in Serie A between 2013-2017 before joining Inter. He has also had loan spells at the likes of Crotone, Liverpool, Pisa and Bari throughout his career.
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