Tahith Chong’s contract at Manchester United will expire after this season and he’s been attracting interest, particularly from Serie A.
On January 21st, reports coming out of Italy talked about the winger’s agent meeting Inter Milan to find an agreement for his client’s transfer.
The Dutchman asked for a deal worth €12m over five years and the Serie A side then submitted a counter offer of €1.2m per year which could reach around €2m per season.
Calciomercato also provides an update about Chong and it isn’t pleasing for the Red Devils.
Inter are owned by Chinese company Suning Holdings Group and they also own Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning FC.
According to the website, Jiangsu’s interest in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s player is ‘concrete’ and Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta has entered the discussion to try and convince Chong to accept the Asian side’s proposal.
It isn’t clear if Jiangsu want the United wideman in the winter market or in the summer.
Calciomercato are yet to find out whether or not Chong has accepted the Chinese club’s offer.