The two non-EU slots dilemma: first will be "saved" for Dalbert, who will get second?

The two non-EU slots dilemma: first will be "saved" for Dalbert, who will get second?

Just like other Serie A clubs, Inter will have two non-EU slots available. The first will be reserved for Brazilian left back of Nice Dalbert Henrique. The player’s talent and ability put Inter management in agreement that he will get a slot. 

The second is a bit more tricky. Paris Saint Germain have already signed Dani Alvez and want to include Serge Aurier in negotiation for Joao Mario but if that is the case, Inter would spend two non-EU slots on fullbacks. This would not be wise. Then there is Davinson Sanchez of Ajax, costs 40 million and only has the Colombian passport. Same applies with Gimenez of Atletico Madrid (Spanish passport).

For Inigo Martinez, this will not be a problem but the release clause of 32 million euros is considered high. Matic is considered a top player but Inter prioritize defense and attack.

Source: Corriere dello Sport

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