Andrea Ranocchia is still not sure of where he’ll be playing next season.
On loan at Hull City until the end of the season, the player could be forced to return to Italy as the deal does not include a buying option for Marco Silva’s side.
Speaking to Radio 24 in Italy, the defender claimed he still doesn’t know what will happen to him in the transfer window, despite saying he’s happy where he is.
“Playing in a big team like Inter is always beautiful, despite what has happened and the difficult episodes,” he said (via Tuttosport).
“I’m concentrating on Hull and I’m doing well. I do not know if I’ll stay in England, I cannot predict what will happen.”
On Wednesday, it was said in Italy that Inter would be planning to use Ranocchia as an bargaining chip to buy other players.
Although the 29-year-old claims to be happy in England, it was said a return to Italy would be beneficial for his national team chances. And as a spot at the World Cup would be a personal goal, it could end up changing his mind.
According to the Italian media, Ranocchia’s price is believed to be €15m.