Matthias Ginter and Adnan Januzaj have both been on the radar of Serie A teams as possible signings for Bosman. However, neither of them have a strong chance of making the move peninsula for opposite reasons. The defender will leave Borussia Mönchengladbach but go elsewhere, while the Belgian attacker could return to Real Sociedad.
Corresponding sports1, the central defender faces a move to Freiburg, where he started his career. He originally left to join Borussia Dortmund in 2014. He then moved to his current club in 2017 for €17m. Inter needed him early in the race. Juventus, Milan and Roma expressed interest.
The Old Lady also haunted him in the past while he was current Nerazzurri CEO Giuseppe Marotta, who is a fan of the player, was in Turin. Inter opened talks, but quickly backed away from him because his salary demands were too high. He was reportedly asking for €7m at the time. It’s unclear if he’s lowered them since then. The other Italian heavyweights simply touched base.
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Both Ginter-Freiburg and Schlotterbeck-BVB will be announced shortly.
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Besides Ginter, Serie A clubs are also likely to miss Januzaj. Napoli were pursuing him as a possible heir to Lorenzo Insigne. They did, however, eventually select Khvicha Kvaratskhelia for him. Instead, Milan have higher transfer market plans for their wings, especially thanks to the upcoming Investcorp takeover.
Corresponding Mundo Deportivo, Real Sociedad offered the forward a three-year contract with an optional fourth season and a salary of 3 million euros. The Spanish club are expecting a positive response as there are no Champions League teams chasing them.
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