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Inter Milan Keen On Marcos Alonso Move In January!

Inter Milan are considering making a move for Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso who they turned down the chance of signing in the summer, MySportDab reports.

The Serie A Champions are interested in making a move for the Spanish International who they weren’t keen on signing when he was offered to them.

Marcos Alonso was offered plus cash to sign Romelu Lukaku which Inter Milan turned down immediately as they weren’t keen on signing him.

The Italian side are now looking to make a move happen in the next transfer window which could prove impossible to happen.

The wing back has rediscovered his form which have seen him pushed out Ben Chilwell to the bench since the beginning of the season till date.

Marcos Alonso has seen a move to Inter Milan speculated on for some time, and Tuttomercatoweb confirmed that the Chelsea wing back is still on the recruitment radar of the Serie A Champions.

The Spain international has come into favour again this season under Thomas Tuchel who gave him the chance and he has been the preferred man over Ben Chilwell.

Although, efforts to lure him away from Stamford Bridge could be made in upcoming windows which is just few months away from opening.

Chelsea are yet to confirm their stand on Marcos Alonso who is a key part of the team despite Ben Chilwell’s presence in the club.

Thomas Tuchel might block the move to Inter Milan which could see the defender remain at Stamford Bridge.

Marcos Alonso was dropped in the last Premier League encounter which saw Chelsea claiming an amazing 3-1 victory which Ben Chilwell scored whole starting.

A move could be on the cards but Thomas Tuchel won’t be looking to allow such happen this season as they won’t be any backup if he gets to leave the club.

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