Inter will keep Agoume after his loan spell ends

Inter will keep Agoume after his loan spell ends

Inter will keep Agoume and extend his contract in the summer to fend off his suitors. As reported by tutto sport print edition. Agoume wanted to play for Inter under Antonio Conte next season after he returns from his one season loan at Spezia. Further, Inter would want €15-20 million for the midfielder. Bayern Munich are still keen after making an inquiry for him earlier this year.

Inter do not intend to sell 19-year-old though. As they plan to offer him a new three-year deal this summer. Agoume is under contract with Inter until 2022 for now. But this contract extension would keep him tied to the club until 2024.

Inter will keep Agoume after his loan spell ends

Inter will want to keep Agoume till 2024

Inter Milan completed Agoume’s transfer on 5 July 2019. The total transfer fee was €4.5 million with add-ons. According to the deal, Agoume had signed a three year contract with Inter Milan. After that he was playing for the club’s Primavera for the 2019–20 season. Inter faced competitions from other clubs such as Barcelona and Lyon, when signing the player. Oscar Damiani was one of the man in the deal, he said that Barcelona and Man City wanted to sign Agoume. According to Agoume himself, he wanted to join Inter. Because the team believes a lot in him. His qualities made Inter to sign him during the summer transfer window. He a defensive midfielder with incredible tackle resistance. Many fans compare him with Paul Pogba. Since Pogba has the same nationality and plays the same position as Agoume. Also, Conte trained both of them before

Inter are convinced that they have a little champion with them in Agoume. They could give him a chance to nail down a spot in the first-team squad next season. Also, this way, they won’t have to put a midfielder on their summer list. Agoume has made a total of 12 appearances in all competitions for Spezia. He could play against his former club when Vincenzo’s side welcome Inter to the Stadio Alberto Picco.

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