Serie A giants Inter Milan have been handed the opportunity to bolster their midfield options with the potential signing of Daichi Kamada, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Kamada’s agent has reached out to the Nerazzuri, convinced they would be eager to reinforce their ranks after the departures of Marcelo Brozovic and Roberto Gagliardini.
The 23-year-old recently became a free agent after his contract with Eintracht Frankfurt expired at the end of June.
He was initially close to joining AC Milan, but their focus shifted towards signing Christian Pulisic and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, leaving Kamada’s future uncertain.
A potential move to Lazio was reportedly in the works, but club president Claudio Lotito quashed the rumours.
Kamada would add valuable versatility to Inter’s squad. He has showcased his ability to excel in various positions, which would significantly benefit Inter’s tactical options.
The Japanese midfielder has already proven his worth for Japan, earning 29 caps and netting six goals. His hard work, vision and goalscoring ability make him an asset to any team.
Inter would be the perfect stage for him to develop his game, and he could contribute significantly to their ambitions.
The club are also in the market for strikers and goalkeepers ahead of next season.
Inter need replacements between the sticks after losing Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic this summer.
Yann Sommer, Emiliano Martinez, Anatoliy Trubin and Hugo Lloris are on their transfer shortlist.
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