The possible departures from Inter of Perisic, Miranda and Candreva have become more unlikely on Tuesday, as the Nerazzurri have not received any adequate offer for their players. Inter are in fact unwilling to sell their players on loan, as they would prefer an outright sale.
Arsenal, that had shown interest in Ivan Perisic, seem to have redirected their attention on Yannick Carrasco, cooling down their interest in the Croatian winger. Inter were also interested in the Belgian, in a deal that could have involved Antonio Candreva, but the Nerazzurri and Chinese club Dalian have not reached an agreement on transfer fees and wages. Candreva's agent also confirmed that his client is set to stay at Inter.
Sporting director Ausilio commented on Perisic's situation: "We will reintegrate Perisic in the coming days, we won't make any deals before the transfer window's end. He wanted to play abroad, but we didn't receive any offer. Should he stay, I expect him to act as a professional, as he has always done so far. It won't take long to have him back".
On Miranda's front there hasn't been any progress, as Monaco are offering only a loan deal, while Inter would rather sell the Brazilian on a permanent deal. Should Miranda have left the Nerazzurri, the club would have considered Domagoj Vida as an option, as the Croat, now targeted by Roma, was offered to Inter in the past few hours.