Inter have activated the buy-obligation clause for Empoli’s Albanian midfielder Kristjan Asllani; the deal has been confirmed for a €10 million fee.
The agreement also includes add-ons that were not included in the original agreement signed last summer.
As of right now, Kristjan Asllani is a full-fledged member of Inter. He had come on loan from Empoli with a conditional commitment to acquire the player’s contract.
Sportitalia said that it was just a matter of procedure because of the balance, since the Nerazzurri’s first point in February 2023 was the event that made it happen.
The victory against Milan triggered the payment of the €10 million clause for the Albanian defensive-midfielder. The original charge for the interim period was €4.5 million, which La Beneamata had paid.
The entire cost of the package is €16.5 million, with a possible add-on cost of €2 million. The player, who is now 20 years old, has a contract that runs through 2027.
Asllani was signed by Inter after having a great time at Empoli. He replaced Marcelo Brozovic as the club’s backup defensive midfielder.
But, despite being sick for a long time, the Croatian hasn’t been able to find a regular job.
Hakan Calhanoglu performed well in relief of Simone Inzaghi, who reacted promptly and effectively to the situation. In the majority of matches, Henrikh Mkhitaryan played as the last member of the midfield.
So far, the rising star has made 20 appearances, the vast majority of which have come off the bench.
He had the chance to make an early impact with the Nerazzurri, but he blew a clear-cut chance to put Barcelona away late in the match at Camp Nou, and the rivals eventually tied the score.