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Everton enter race for struggling Inter full-back Robin Gosens

Everton enter race for struggling Inter full-back Robin Gosens
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Everton have reportedly joined the race for Inter full-back Robin Gosens, who has been linked with a move away from San Siro after struggling to get into the first-team regularly.

According to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, there is a realistic chance that the German could leave Inter in January, with a host of clubs interested in snapping him up.

Gosens has found playing time hard to come by at Inter since the start of the season, after he joined from Atalanta in last season's January transfer window, first on loan, before the obligation to buy was activated at the end of the season.

The report claims that Everton are among the sides interested in him, with a number of Bundesliga clubs also keen to sign him.

Bayer Leverkusen had pursued him during the final days of the summer transfer window, but were unable to reach an agreement with Inter over a fee. However, their interest has not diminished, with them set to go back in for in the winter transfer window.

The Nerazzurri are reportedly ready to listen to offers for him in January, possibly considering a loan deal with an obligation to buy.

His agent is reportedly in Germany, where he has spoken with Leverkusen and other Bundesliga clubs, while Everton are now steady contenders to sign him, as they are hoping for more competition for Vitaliy Mykolenko at left-back, with Ruben Vinagre only being at the club on a season-long loan deal.

Reports from last month indicate that Gosens is unsatisfied with his situation at the club, and he is open to joining Leverkusen.

Eintracht Frankfurt, Wolfsburg and Borussia Monchengladbach have also been linked with him, and more talks are set to take place soon.

Gosens has made 15 appearances in all competitions this season, yet just four of them came as starts, with Simone Inzaghi tending to prefer Federico Dimarco to him. With the World Cup coming up, Gosens definitely would have liked to have played more, with his spot in Germany's starting line-up now being in doubt.


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