Inter reportedly drops Bento pursuit as Marotta looks for low-cost options

Inter Milan are intensifying their search for a new goalkeeper, with final decisions impending on the Bento operation.

According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter officials are currently mulling over their options concerning Bento, potentially aiming to secure him as their new second-choice goalkeeper.

Chief Executive Giuseppe Marotta is heavily involved in the decision-making process, weighing the pros and cons of acquiring the young talent.

Head of sports, Piero Ausilio, and his deputy, Dario Baccin, have been meticulously working on this deal for some time.

“La Gazzetta dello Sport” notes that Bento, a 24-year-old prospect, would initially serve as an understudy to Yann Sommer.

A source close to the club mentions, “Ausilio and Baccin have long been engaged in discussions regarding Bento, seeing him as a strong candidate to support the team’s defensive line.”

This move is seen as crucial for the club’s strategy to bolster their goalkeeping squad depth ahead of a demanding season.

As the discussions progress, fans eagerly await further updates on whether Bento will don the Inter Milan jersey in the near future.

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