Despite interest from the likes of Arsenal, Atletico Madrid and Manchester City, it appears that Dalbert has his heart set on moving to Inter.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio is scheduled to travel to Nice on Wednesday to discuss the Brazilian left-back, but Ausilio will have to bring his checkbook if he wants to get a deal done.
Inter’s original offer of €15m bid, plus €5m in add-ons, is unlikely to convince the French club to sell, especially since Dalbert has a release clause of €30m.
There have been whispers that Dalbert agreed personal terms with Inter and all that is left is for the two clubs to come to an agreement on the transfer fee.
What might work in Inter’s favor here is that Nice are owned by a Chinese consortium, so maybe Suning came work something into the deal that would benefit both groups at home and help push the deal through!