Matías Vecino is set to leave Inter Milan in the summer, with Everton and Chelsea still possible destinations for him.
That’s according to CalcioMercato.com, who say the midfielder’s ‘future is far from Inter’ and he will be moved on when the transfer window opens again.
Vecino was linked with a move away in January, after finding himself out of favour under Antonio Conte.
He was heavily linked with a move to Everton, with Carlo Ancelotti known to be on the hunt for a central midfielder and thought to be a fan of the Uruguayan.
Chelsea were also named as suitors, but ultimately a move never materialised, with Inter deciding to keep hold of him for their title challenge.
He’s since worked his way back into the first-team picture and was the recent star man in the derby win over AC Milan, but this hasn’t changed his future.
CalcioMercato explain that Inter are still keen to sell so they can both make good money on him and open up space in the squad for a big name midfield signing.
They have set an asking price of €25m, and Everton and Chelsea are named as potential suitors, the latter despite Hakim Ziyech’s impending arrival at the club.
For now, he is set to be a protagonist in Inter’s title bid, but a departure will happen in the summer, and it is looking likely that those linked with him last month, namely Everton, will be linked once again.
That, though, would be strange given Carlo Ancelotti recently made it clear that the midfielder would be staying where he is.