Inter are close to selling young Belgian central defender Zinho Vanheusden to Standard Liege for around €13 million, Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia’s transfer market guru Gianluca Di marzio reports.
According to the report, the deal which will see Vanheusden return to the club he grew up at on a permanent basis, could be finalized as early as tomorrow, as the parties are very close to closing the deal. Belgian midfielder Xian Emmers is not included in the deal which is why the overall value of the transfer has dropped to €13 million from the initially reported €20 million.
Furthermore, it is reported that tomorrow could also be the day where the deal that sees Stefano Sensi sign for Inter is also finalized, with young defender Andrew Gravillon going in the opposite direction to Sassuolo as part of the deal.
In conclusion, it is reported that Inter could be forced to sacrifice Andrea Pinamonti in order to reach the capital gains goal of €46 million, which the club is required to do by June 30th, which is the last day Inter are officially are bound by the terms of the Settlement Agreement with UEFA for violating t´the Financial Fair Play rules.
Genoa are the club that are closest to snapping up the young Italian striker who has had a great first season in the top flight of Italian football.
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