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05/12/2018 - 15:07 BST

Inter With Extra Incentive To Sell Crystal Palace, Everton and West Ham Linked Gabigol


Inter will look to offload Everton, Crystal Palace and West Ham target Gabigol if they can win the race to sign Arsenal target Ozan Kabak from Galatasaray.

Gabigol, who joined Inter from Santos in 2016, has struggled to justify his price-tag in Serie A and is currently on loan in Brazil with his former club until January.

According to Italian daily Tuttosport, the Nerazzurri are willing to offload Gabigol to make room for Kabak amidst interest in the Brazilian from Everton, Crystal Palace and West Ham in England.

The 22-year-old is expected to secure a move away from Serie A during the January transfer window, with Inter planning to make use of an initial loan, with a clause to make it permanent next summer.

Kabak, who is a product of the Galatasaray academy, has attracted interest from a host of clubs in Europe including Inter and Arsenal, but the Nerazzurri will have to shift a non-EU player off the books to make room for the Turkish teenager.

Gabigol’s torrid time in Italy has convinced Inter to let him go, but the Nerazzurri are keen to make sure they do not lose money on him, when the time comes to sell.

Kabak, who recently broke into the Turkey Under-21 set-up, has a €7.5m release clause attached to his current contract with the Turkish giants, and Inter are ready to trigger it.

Gabigol struggled at Inter, managing just 111 minutes of football in Serie A in the 2016/17 campaign, while he failed to make an impact on loan at Benfica before joining Santos.

The 22-year-old hit the back of the net 18 times in Brazil's Serie A this year.