Inter close to securing Calhanoglu in the upcoming summer window. Although Suning wants to generate €80 million this transfer season before making any decisions about the new buy. Inter faced financial constraints after the pandemic hit the world in 2020. The Nerazzurri had spent close to €100 million in the market during summer 2019. Further, the coronavirus pandemic reduced revenues as fans could not see their favorite players play at the San Siro.
Furthermore, Suning took a €250 million loan from Goldman Sachs in March. However, the rules imposed by the Chinese government made it even more difficult for the owners to invest in the club. Thus, they finally secured funding for €275 million for three years in May 2021. The FIGC warned Inter to pay the remaining wages before the end of May. However, after the recent incident with Eriksen, Inter want to replace him in the next season.
Inter close to securing Calhanoglu who will take Eriksen’s place
In a recent match against Finland, Christian Eriksen fell unconscious in the middle of the game. After being revived on the field and taken to the hospital, he posted a positive update about himself. Furthermore, the 29-year old had got a sudden cardiac arrest while playing. It is highly unlikely for a person this age to sustain any such unexpected events. However, Inter have decided to replace the Danish midfielder. After multiple consultations, the doctors fit a defibrillator in his heart that would help keep his heart in check and alert the person of any dangers.
Since Inter plan on selling Hakimi for €80 million which would make up for their targeted revenue. Thus, they plan to get Milan’s Calhanoglu to the club. Since his contract with the Rossoneri will be over in nine days, Inter have put a foot forward in that direction. The Rossoneri are willing to offer €4 million to the 27-year old. However, he is stuck on €5 million and Inter are ready to offer that amount.