Inter Milan set to reach an agreement for 26-year-old in-form Chelsea star
By Herkmed | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 527 views
Inter Milan are among the group Italian clubs that have been credited with an interest in improving their squad, once the summer transfer window reopens and have been linked with several European players, of which one among the linked players is 26 years old Chelsea star.
Inter Milan are reportedly set to reach an agreement to secure the services of the 26 years old Chelsea defender during this summer.
The Serie A giants are one among the group of teams that have been linked wit the 26 years old Chelsea defender, who played a great role for Chelsea during their Champions League encounter with Atletico Madrid, of which he scored the second goal of the match.
Inter Milan are now reportedly ready to reach an agreement to land the signature of the 26 years old Palmieri Emerson during this summer transfer window, according to goal.
Emerson has failed to enjoy a regular football during this season and as a result could exit the Stamford Bridge in the summer.
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