Reported West Ham United target Dalbert could be sold at a reduced price of £9 million.
According to Inter News, Inter Milan are prepared to demand less for the Brazilian, with Antonio Conte now deeming him surplus to requirements.
The 27-year-old spent last season on loan at Fiorentina, but did not do enough for Inter to want to keep him.
The star has struggled to show his best form since his transfer from Nice for a reported fee of €20 million/£18 million plus bonuses.
Having signed Aleks Kolarov recently, and Ashley Young in January, Dalbert’s future is certainly unlikely, and there is now a chance for other teams to come calling.
West Ham’s interest was reported by FCInterNews earlier this month, with Newcastle also mentioned – but the Magpies have since landed Jamal Lewis.
TBR’s View – A possible West Ham bargain?
West Ham are in desperate need of freshening up the left-back position having not done so in any of the past few seasons.
Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku have been the two options for too long and neither has truly nailed the role down.
Dalbert is in need of a fresh start, and £9 million would make him a cost-effective addition for the Irons.
There would also be the potential for him to link up with fellow countryman Felipe Anderson down the left.