Inter Milan have dismissed reports that they are amidst exchanges with Chelsea over the possible appearance of Emerson Palmieri.
The Serie A club have said that they are deciding to concentrate on the current crusade before pondering the following one
The Serie A side have been connected with a €20 million (£18m/$22m) move for the Brazil-conceived star, who has battled to discover standard game time under the direction of Frank Lampard.
The 25-year-old left-back, who has included multiple times for the Italy national group, has highlighted in just 19 games in all rivalries this season and has not been associated with a Premier League experience since highlighting in a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in January, just creation the seat in two of their ensuing nine excursions.
While he seems, by all accounts, to be surplus to necessities at Stamford Bridge, the San Siro outfit have demonstrated that they have not opened talks with the Blues.
“I understand the many questions about transfer speculation, but I can say we have not had any contact or opened any negotiation for Emerson Palmieri,” Nerazzurri CEO Giuseppe Marotta told DAZN.
“We are making evaluations for next season, but the most important issue remains this current campaign.”
Milan’s thin any expectations of winning the Serie A title were clearly finished on Sunday as they drooped to a 2-1 home destruction against Bologna, a match wherein they got themselves a goal to the great gratitude to Romelu Lukaku, and a man up after the guests’ Roberto Soriano was excused.
Lautaro then missed a penalty before Musa Juwara leveled for the visitors with 16 minutes left, starting an unbelievable breakdown. Alessandro Bastoni was sent off three minutes after the fact and Musa Hand truck before long followed up to score the victor for the mid-table outfit.
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The Nerazurri now get themselves 11 points behind Juventus in the race for the Scudetto, with the guarding champions seven points away from Lazio, who likewise endured rout this end of the week as they went down 3-0 at home against a Zlatan Ibrahimovic-enlivened air conditioning Milan.
All things considered, a best four completion appears to be guaranteed for the 2010 Champions League winners, who are 16 points away from fifth-set Roma.