Inter Milan and Lazio to fight it out for Man Utd defender Matteo Darmian
LAZIO and Inter Milan are pursuing Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian, as per reports.
The Italian full-back is a free agent in the summer and will be free to speak to overseas clubs on January 1.
Darmian, 29, is surplus to necessities at Old Trafford starting just four games this season.
What’s more, an arrival to his local Italy looks on the cards a year after a move to Juventus fell through as both clubs failed to agree a deal.
Calciomercato.com reckon both Serie A clubs have the option of agreeing a nominal fee next month from now for the accomplished safeguard and add him to their positions for the second 50% of the season.
Darmian is free to pen a lucrative pre-contract and sit out the final six months of his deal at Old Trafford and leave toward the finish of the crusade in vain.
Inter may look to offload Dalbert if they are to move for Darmian.
West Ham are reportedly keen on the Brazilian left-back when the window opens one week from now.
Darmian moved to Old Trafford from Torino under former United boss Louis Van Gaal in 2015.
Lazio could opt to sell Jordan Lukaku to make room for the Italian international.
Lukaku is likewise on the Hammers radar with Leicester City intently observing his circumstance.