With the transfer market being full of ups and downs, we don’t only have news about increased interest from clubs in their targets.
A report from Italian outlet Calcio Mercato claims today that Everton have actually cooled down a little their chase for a Serie A player.
The Toffees were said to be following Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino a few months ago. Now the website says this interest is not ‘as intense’ as it used to be.
Everton seem to be backing off at the moment when Inter Milan and Antonio Conte have finally decided to let the 28-year-old go.
After paying €25m to sign Vecino from Fiorentina in 2017, the Nerazzurri would now be planning to recover a major part of their investment. Club director Beppe Marotta wants to make between €22m and €25 with his sale, although there’s a reasonable chance they’d take less.
The other club who get a mention are Valencia, although Calcio Mercato says Inter Milan haven’t received any offers so far. Inter’s plan is to find a club who are are willing to sit down and negotiate.