French international Geoffrey Kondogbia has endured two difficult years in Serie A.
Only two goals in 56 appearances and a string of underwhelming performances have disappointed the player himself who, Gazzetta dello Sport reports, is pushing for Inter Milan exit.
Kondogbia believes a change of scenery would do him good and help him get his career back on track which is why he already asked his employers to be allowed to leave Nerazzurri this summer.
The French international wants to play regularly in order to have a shot of making into France squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, although he hasn’t been called up by Les Blues since 2015.
Intern Milan forked €40 million for his signature two years ago and would be looking to recoup most of the amount invested in the French flop.
Luciano Spalletti was keen to offer Kondogbia a chance to prove himself but an own goal against Chelsea is said to have been the last drop.