Thomas Partey will be able to leave Atletico Madrid if his £43.5m release clause is met, according to the player’s agent.
Partey recently played down speculation on his future but his agent Daniel Jimenez has now spoken about the future of the 25-year-old.
“I can say that right now, I haven’t talked to anyone, even if Inter are a top club,” he told Passione.
“There’s a €50m (£43.5m) release clause in his contract, a figure that’s cheap for a player like Thomas. “We’ll wait for the season to end and then we’ll see.”
Previous reports stated Partey’s representatives had been in talks with an English club over a summer move.
Partey, who has put in some commanding performances in the holding midfield role this season, insisted he was happy in the Spanish capital.
“I don’t know what the future holds for me but as long as I play and they are happy with me here then there is no need flirting with others,” he said.
“So the only thing that would make me unhappy will be not playing. I think most footballers can understand that not playing is the greatest torture any professional footballer can go through.”