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Inter pursuing a deal for Kyle Walker

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Inter is allegedly negotiating a deal for the right-back, Kyle Walker, from Manchester City and England.

Walker has been at City since 2017, winning Premier League titles back-to-back, however, overstepped the law of coronavirus four times during the lockout.

The Inter is ‘ready to jump’ for the 30-year-old, who’s ‘could be enticed’ by the possibility of a new beginning in Italy, according to The Sun.

The newspaper warns, in any case, that he despite everything retains his coach Pep Guardiola’s faith, and that he just broadened his contract last summer.

Walker has played 31 times for City this season, in any event, playing in goal with Atalanta in the Champions League for a final couple of moments of their 1-1 draw.

On the inverse, the Nerazzurri could have a more grounded chance to get back Joao Cancelo, who has attempted to unstick his rival since joining a year ago from Juventus.

The Portuguese will be available this summer for £60 m (€66.3 m) according to The Sun.

Lately, Inter has marked several players from Premier League clubs including Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Young, and Christian Eriksen.

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