Following a free transfer from Atletico Madrid last summer, the center-back, 34, has struggled to impress during his debut San Siro season.
Antonio Conte’s Series A championship Hopefuls have been delighted to win Godin thanks to the massive renovation project at Atletico. Yet in his 25 games, the Uruguayan appeared less than convincing and was finally elbowed out by young Alessandro Bastoni of Conte’s three-man line.
Calciomercato now says that Inter is ready this summer to let Godin pass. Yet Everton is considered to be surprise frontrunners for signing the veteran.
Carlo Ancelotti is desperately searching for an experienced center-half to steady the bark ship and bark orders.
Having replaced only three of Marco Silva’s central defenders earlier this season, he still has a free room in his squad.
Mason Holgate, Michael Keane, and Yerry Mina all did a good job at the call. But Ancelotti believes he needs a higher pedigree to help stabilize the leaky backline of Everton.
And this season, Godin is considered open to a Premier League move.
This is because a year ago he almost came close to joining Manchester United. The Red Devils are still believed to monitor the situation in Godin. And Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is also known to have some interest.