Inter Milan has confirmed the recruitment of Kristjan Asllani.
Kristjan Asllani has already signed a contract with Inter Milan. A loan of four million euros from Empoli was entered into the game, which after a year could turn into a definitive transfer, most likely after meeting certain sporting goals. If he does, Inter will pay another 10 million.
Asllani moved from Albania to Italy in 2004 when he was only two years old. His relatives then changed the hometown of Elbasan to Buti, located in the central part of Italy. It was in this Tuscan town that the player grew up. With time, he began training in football at Empoli.
In the previous season, the 20-year-old made his Serie A debut. He finished it with 23 league appearances, a goal and an assist. The Albanian hit the net in the match against Inter (2: 4). A few months earlier in March, the defensive midfielder made his debut for his country’s first team and has since accumulated four appearances.
For Inter, this is the second confirmed transfer on the second consecutive day. Information appeared on Wednesday about the return to the Milanese club Romelu Lukaku. Earlier, the ‘Nerazzurri’ bought out from Lazio Joaquín Correa, who had been on loan until now.