Inter Milan thinking of terminating Kwadwo Asamoah’s contract
According to Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter Milan are considering terminating the contract of Kwadwo Asamoah.
The Ghana midfielder-cum-left back has struggled for game time in the past few months starting just seven games for Inter last season.
Asamoah and Antonio Conte have enjoyed a fruitful relationship in the past with the pair working prominently together at Juventus. Moreover, it was Conte who reassigned Asamoah as a wingback, a role the Ghanaian has revered.
Unfortunately, the duo’s relationship has turned gloomy with Conte losing trust in the 31-year-old. As a result, Asamoah was dropped from Inter’s 41-man squad for the knockout round of the Europa League.
Perhaps, that was the final straw and with Conte strengthening in the role with the additions of Kolarov, Hakimi and Ashley Young, Asamoah looks like he has no place in the squad of Nerazzurri.
With one year still left on Asamoah’s Inter contract, the club were willing to sell Asamoah for the right price. However, with no suitors presently, the Italian club is considering terminating the contract of the left wingback.
The former Juventus player joined Inter on a free transfer in the summer of 2018.