He might not be at the top of Beppe Marotta and Ausilio's wish-list but he surely is a strong candidate for the nerazzurri: we are talking about Hector Herrera. It has been a few weeks now that the Inter management have been considering his name as he could be an alternative to Nicolo Barella (who has a lot of suitors). Napoli, AC Milan, Chelsea and Manchester United all have interest in Barella as the nerazzurri will also have to take into account the Fifa Financial Fair play rules. With Cagliari potentially asking 50 million euros for Barella, Marotta and Ausilio have started looking at other solutions and this is where Herrera comes into play sources have told Calciomercato.com.
THE SITUATION - Herrera, who was on Monchi's radar in the past, has a contract that will expire in June 2019 with Porto as talks for a contract renewal haven't led to anything conclusive with the Portuguese club. Inter are ready to try and get him as a free-agent for the 2019-2020 season as they like him very much so. After De Vrij, Asamoah and potentially Godin, Herrera could be the next international player to join the nerazzurri as a free-agent. Time will tell... For more news visit Calciomercato.com right now.
Jean-Luca Mascaro (@Calcionews89)
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