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Robin Gosens could leave Inter Milan in January amid lack of game time

Barely a year after arriving at Inter Milan, Robin Gosens could set for an early exit from the club, according to Calciomercato.

Per the report, a €25 million valuation has been set for Gosens, who moved to Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in January on a loan deal with an obligation to buy if certain conditions were met.

The German has had to play second fiddle to Federico Dimarco this term, making just three starting appearances from a possible 16 games for Simone Inzaghi’s men across all competitions.

A January departure now looks to be on the cards for Gosens as he goes in search of regular playing minutes similar to his time at Atalanta where he was one of Europe’s most productive wing-backs.

Bayern Leverkusen are reportedly still keen on Gosens having unsuccessfully pursued a summer move as confirmed by the player himself.

“I spoke to the Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes on the phone and it was an open and honest exchange,” Gosens told Sport1 via FCInternews.

“I told him that I hadn’t finished the job at Inter – I feel very comfortable in Milan at the moment and I’m certainly not there against my will.

“I’m fully motivated – but I’m only satisfied when I’m on the pitch as I expect from myself.

“I am happy at Inter – my goal is to establish myself at this great club.”

Borussia Dortmund could also be a possible destination for Gosens as the 28-year-old once talked up a move to Signal Iduna Park back in 2021 when he also revealed his desire to play in the Bundesliga one day.

Before his move to Inter, Newcastle United were also linked with Gosens but the Magpies have since acquired the services of Matt Targett and may no longer hold an interest.

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