Bayern Munich defender offered to Inter Milan

Jerome Boateng, Bayern Munich. (Photo by MIGUEL A. LOPES/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Jerome Boateng, Bayern Munich. (Photo by MIGUEL A. LOPES/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) /

Few players will be playing their final few games for Bayern Munich in the coming weeks. Jerome Boateng is one of the star names that will be leaving the club in the summer. The German defender will be leaving on a free transfer since his contract comes to an end.

Boateng will not have a lack of suitors due to his good form for Die Roten in the past 18 months. Die Roten confirmed earlier in April that Boateng will not be getting a new contract. The 32-year-old defender will now start talking to interested clubs. Inter Milan is reportedly the first club that has been given the option to sign Boateng by his agent, Fali Ramadani.

According to, Ramadani has proposed Boateng as a new signing for Inter Milan. This report does insist that wages could be an issue to make this transfer happen. The German defender may have to reduce his wage demands that currently stand at €4 million per season.

This is not the first time Boateng has been linked with Inter Milan. When he was on the fringes of the first-team squad under Niko Kovac two years ago, Inter Milan’s name had popped up. However, there was never a concrete bid for him to move to Serie A.

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Inter Milan will be a very good move for Boateng. The Italian club is on an upward trajectory under Antonio Conte. He will definitely play in the Champions League next season as Inter is going to win the Serie A title this season. Along with meeting his sporting ambitions, the tax laws in Italy will give financial benefits to the German defender

Along with Inter Milan, Jerome Boateng has also been linked with Tottenham Hotspurs in the past couple of weeks. However, the move to North London could be off the table after the English club parted ways with Jose Mourinho last week. Boateng has also been linked with Chelsea in the past.

Considering the impact of the pandemic on the finances of top clubs across Europe, players available on free transfers will be in huge demand. Boateng ticks one box, and his quality is also undeniable, so he is likely to have a lot of options.

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Boateng’s immediate focus will be on playing the last three league games of the season. He survived an injury scare this week as he started training with his teammates on Thursday. Jerome Boateng will be hoping to play all three games to end his time in Bavaria on a strong note.