Inter Milan offers a full-back to Genoa

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Inter offers a full-back to Genoa

The January soccer market has just kicked off. There is non-stop work between incoming and outgoing operations. Inter is trying to place some of its redundancies and among them is the name of Dalbert, who is about to return from a serious injury – rupture of the cruciate – that had blocked his transfer this summer, when he returned to Milan from his loan at Cagliari.

According to La Repubblica reports, the Nerazzurri have reportedly offered the Brazilian full-back to Genoa. Dalbert, whose contract expires in June, does not track in the plans of coach Inzaghi’s technical project and the Milanese club would like to deprive him as early as this winter soccer market session, thus saving on his salary.

The Grifone, for its part, with the return of Mimmo Criscito has secured a replacement for Marko Pajac, who is also struggling with an ACL injury. However, Criscito’s advancing age with a possible farewell at the end of the season, keep the Ligurian club’s management active and they could secure a nice coup with the purchase of the South American player. A response from the Genoa club is expected in the coming days.

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