Over the past few days, Inter Milan’s interest in Ashley Young has been discussed in Italy and England and various reports have indicated the Manchester United captain has agreed personal terms with the Serie A side.
On January 10th, Gazzetta dello Sport explained there’s confidence at the San Siro that the Nerazzurri can agree a deal for the utility player in the next few days.
Meanwhile, Corriere dello Sport reported Antonio Conte’s side want to pay a ‘minimal’ fee for the 34-year-old, whose contract with the Red Devils expires after this season.
Calciomercato has a report on the former Aston Villa man provided by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano and he also claims Inter ‘insists for Young’.
Romano states the San Siro club have made it clear that they want the player ‘immediately’, in the winter market and not in the summer window.
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta wants to close the deal soon and his side are even ready to pay ‘compensation’ to get the transfer over the deal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have no plans to let Young leave in January. Therefore, Inter are trying to ‘knock down the wall’ erected by United to complete the fullback’s signing soon.