Serie A giants Inter Milan have reportedly drawn up a plan and the financial package for their January transfer target Joachim Andersen.
The 22-year-old Andersen has become one of the Serie A's most wanted defenders following his performances since last season for Sampdoria. This season, the Dane has appeared in 18 Serie A appearances, attracting attention from Juventus, Manchester United and Tottenham. Corriere dello Sport state
that Inter have drawn up a plan and a financial package to lure Andersen in January, with the nerazzurri likely to attempt to sign him in the ongoing winter transfer window.
Miranda could leave Inter this January and Andersen is seen as a heir to the Brazilian. While there is a chance that Miranda leaves in January, Inter really want to sign Andersen this month. He is valued at 30 million euros and its a fee that Inter can't spend because of FFP restrictions. Due to that, Inter could look to make an initial loan offer for the Dane this month, with the option of signing him for the 30 million euros fee next summer.
The FFP restrictions can ease next summer and because of the good relations Samp have with the nerazzurri, Luciano Spalletti's men could also offer Zinho Vanheusden in exchange plus cash.
This could be a big blow to the hopes of Tottenham and Manchester United, who are also very interested in him. For more transfer news and updates, click here