According to sources, Inter Milan has chosen to exercise the buy option included in Raoul Bellanova’s loan transfer from Cagliari. The 22-year-old Italian full-back left the Sardinian team in the summer and joined the Nerazzurri. Under Simone Inzaghi, he has made a few cameo appearances this season. Playing 209 minutes of action in 11 Serie A and Champions League matches.
There is no required provision in Bellanova’s contract, unlike Kristjan Asllani. Whose loan transfer became permanent once a clause was triggered by the Nerazzurri’s first Serie A point in February.
Numerous Serie A teams reportedly inquired about Bellanova’s potential transfer in January, but Inter elected to keep the 22-year-old. And will exercise his €7 million purchase option at the end of the current campaign. The Nerazzurri are eager to continue assisting Bellanova in adjusting to life with the club since they feel he is a top prospect for the future. And a fantastic match for Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 style in the Lombardy capital.
Is the transfer confirmed by Inter Milan
Bellanova, a graduate of Milan’s development program, spent time with many teams until ultimately breaking through. With Cagliari last season when he made 31 Serie A games and registered one goal and two assists.
In order to determine whether or not to sign Bellanova permanently, the club is currently evaluating his performance. This season, the 22-year-old has only played 209 minutes in all competitions, trailing Denzel Dumfries and Matteo Darmian in the lineup. Bellanova has supported Inter since he was a little boy, and he plans to persuade the team to sign him permanently in the summer.
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It will not be an easy choice, though. Especially considering the limitations placed by UEFA on the worth of the team that the club may enter the Champions League. If Inter decides against permanently signing Bellanova from Cagliari. Clubs like Fiorentina and Torino would be interested in acquiring him from the Rossoblu the following summer.
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