Inter targeting Nemanja Matic this winter transfer market

Inter Milan become a club that has a long target in the transfer market, it is known if they have been eyeing Manchester United’s defensive midfielder, Nemanja Matic from now on. It was stated that the plan would be carried out in the upcoming 2020 winter transfer market.

At the moment, Matic is having a hard time getting a place in the Red Devils squad. Stranded to 12th place in the Premier League standings does not necessarily provide an opportunity for the Serbian-born player to take to the field.

This black line makes Matic must hold himself on the bench. So far, Matic has only played three times this season. The lack of playing time in the Red Devils squad makes the player upset. The issue arises that the player is ready to leave when an outside club offer comes.

Together with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Matic is not fine. Most likely Matic will not renew his contract at Old Trafford. According to existing records, the new Matic contract will expire in the upcoming 2021 season, and still have the option to extend the contract for one season.

Investigate a calibaration, Matic is considering an offer to play in Italian Serie A. If dissected deeper, the advantage occurs because there is the figure of Inter Milan Director, Giuseppe Marotta, who had wanted the player while at Juventus.

Unfortunately a thousand dear, when that Marotta failed to bring Matic, who prefers to move from Chelsea to Manchester United with a transfer value of 45 million Euros. The possibility that Matic could not refuse was the presence of Antonio Conte.

Cannot be eliminated how the collaboration had occurred between Matic and the 50-year-old coach when he was at Chelsea first. It did not take long, in its inaugural season Conte successfully presented the 2016-2017 Premier League title.

In that beautiful moment, Matic became one of Conte‘s irreplaceable key players. Proven throughout the entire season, Matic recorded appearances as much as 35 times with one goal won in the English Premier League.

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