Chris Smalling’s future might just end in the unexpected as there is a recent turn in the decision of where he would be playing in the coming season, according to reports.
The Man United defender spent last season on loan with Italian Serie A outfit, AS Roma where he was impressive and now being needed for a permanent deal.
Upon his return, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed the former England international and hinted that he would be given the opportunity at the Old Trafford next season.
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However, Chris Smalling is keen to return to Italy as he enjoyed his stay at the Italian capital City during his loan spell.
It was earlier thought that he would be heading to AS Roma to continue from where he stopped that may no longer be happening with reports that his representatives are offering him elsewhere.
FC Inter News claims his representatives are offering him to Inter Milan and that might just be his destination with the Antonio Conte team already showing interest.
This, therefore, means that Inter Milan will have to beat AS Roma in terms of the weekly wage for the player and the fee to Man United to be able to win the signature.