Bellarabi, Semedo tempt Inter?

by | Oct 1, 2015 09:28

Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio reportedly spent two days in Spain observing Bayer Leverkusen’s Karim Bellarabi and Benfica’s Nelson Semedo.

The German side lost 2-1 to Barcelona at Camp Nou, while Benfica defeated Atletico Madrid by the same scoreline at the Vicente Calderon on Wednesday.

Corriere dello Sport has reported today that Ausilio took a trip to Spain to watch the two matches and scout Bayer winger Bellarabi and Portuguese right-back Semedo.

Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio reportedly spent two days in Spain observing Bayer Leverkusen’s Karim Bellarabi and Benfica’s Nelson Semedo.

The German side lost 2-1 to Barcelona at Camp Nou, while Benfica defeated Atletico Madrid by the same scoreline at the Vicente Calderon on Wednesday.

Corriere dello Sport has reported today that Ausilio took a trip to Spain to watch the two matches and scout Bayer winger Bellarabi and Portuguese right-back Semedo.

The paper writes that Germany international Bellarabi was a summer target before the arrival of Ivan Perisic, and that the club are ready to make an offer next summer.

However, the 25-year-old currently has a contract running until 2020, meaning that acquiring his signature is likely to require a large bid.

Qualification for the Champions League could reportedly allow the Nerazzurri to make such a move, and 21-year-old Semedo is also a reported target.

Corriere writes that with Yuto Nagatomo and Danilo D’Ambrosio on the way out and Martin Montoya’s future unclear, the San Siro giants are after a new full-back.

Semedo’s deal with Benfica runs until 2021 but the paper believes he will soon sign a new deal with a release clause, meaning a January bid is possible.

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