Marcos Alonso is reportedly pushing Chelsea to let leave for a new Serie A experience with Inter, according to the latest reports in Italy.
The 30-year-old Spain international is no stranger to Italian football, having played for Fiorentina from 2013 to 2016.
He is struggling for regular playing time at Stamford Bridge, especially if Emerson Palmieri remains amid on-going Napoli talks.
Alonso had already been linked with Inter as part of Chelsea’s bid for Achraf Hakimi, but that never materialised, as the full-back went to Paris Saint-Germain instead.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Chelsea are asking for €15-20m for Alonso, whereas Inter would prefer a loan with option to buy.
It’s reported in Italy that Alonso is pushing Chelsea to let him leave, but his contract runs to June 2023.
The English club paid €23m to sign Alonso from Fiorentina in 2016.
Roma had also shown an interest, before agreeing terms with Palmeiras for Matias Viña instead.