Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already admitted that Matteo Darmian could return to Italy in the next few days.
FcInterNews claims the fullback’s agent Tullio Tinti has long been working on taking his client away from Old Trafford, who still has a year left on his contract.
Inter Milan and Juventus were linked throughout this summer, but no deal materialsed. However, the situation could change because the 20-time English champions are willing to allow the defender leave for nothing.
The consensual resolution would allow Tinti to find a possible solution for the 29-year-old more easily.
It’s claimed Parma have emerged as a candidate in recent days, but they cannot afford his salary of €3m per year.
To resolve this issue, Inter would take Darmian and then loan him back to Parma. The two Italian clubs share good relationship and this would also help the player return to his homeland.
However, Gianluca Di Marzio believes Parma ‘have found an agreement’ with Manchester United for the player’s full transfer, with no mention of Inter.
Either way, it seems the full-back is living his last few hours at Old Trafford.
As for TuttoMercatoWeb, they believe the player will sign a four-year contract, while Di Marzio sees it as a three-year or a two-year + an extra one.