Inter Milan are eyeing a move for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany.
The 32-year old is out of contract at The Etihad next summer, and with the club unlikely to offer the injury-prone player a new deal, a number of clubs are prepared to pick up the highly experienced Belgian international on a free transfer.
Now according to The Daily Mirror, Inter Milan have made the first move, although they are also considering options like the Tottenham pair of Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld, as well as Kompany’s city team mate Eliaquim Mangala.
Kompany joined City in 2008 from German club Hamburg and has made 338 appearances for the club since in all competitions, captaining the side to three Premier League titles, an FA Cup triumph, and three FA Cups.
Awarded a testimonial by the club recently, he has announced that all profits from the match will be donated to the homeless in Manchester.
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