Inter is anticipating an offer from Leicester City for Stefano Sensi, but discussions have halted, leaving the midfielder in limbo.
Leicester City’s head coach, Enzo Maresca, acknowledged the club’s interest in the Italian midfielder Stefano Sensi. Sensi has seen limited playtime under Simone Inzaghi this season, appearing in only four games for a total of 65 minutes.
Injuries have derailed Sensi’s once-promising career at Inter. He sought to revive his form on loan at Sampdoria and Monza.
TMW reports that Leicester contacted Inter last week to inquire about Sensi but has not submitted an offer yet, leaving the midfielder in uncertainty.
Maresca hinted at financial constraints regarding Leicester’s interest in Stefano Sensi, implying that an offer might not come until later in January.
In his five years with Inter, Sensi scored four goals and contributed four assists in 56 appearances for the club.