The future of Ljajic: Inter won’t redeem him


Adem Ljajic, the Roma attacker on loan at Inter, has not convinced the Nerazzurri thanks to his mediocre season and the club do not plan on making his move permanent, claims calciomercato.it.

The Serbian has racked up 29 appearances this season and has scored 4 goals, not enough production to convince Inter to pay €11 million for the redemption. The future of Ljajic is hazy, at the moment. There are two possibilities for his future: another loan (which is unlikely because his contract expires in 2017) or a move abroad. Ljajic has admirers in England and Turkey. Both Samp and Torino have asked for information on the player, also, however, it appears Ljajic is keen for a fresh start abroad.

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