Inter forward Pablo Daniel Osvaldo looks set to leave the club with city rivals AC Milan and Torino first in line to snap up the Italian international.
His on-field spat with team mate Mauro Icardi, which allegedly also continued in the dressing room with coach Roberto Mancini during the Tuesday evening Derby D’Italia against Juventus, has ‘indefinitely’ cost the player his place in the squad.
According to FCInternews, Osvaldo has also been made to train alone and should expect to be hit with a fine to go alongside his suspension. This has now alerted various clubs across Italy, as his future with the Nerazzurri is almost certainly over.
Milan, Torino and even a return to Argentina with Boca Juniors are all potential destinations for the fiery forward who is still owned by English Premier League side Southampton.
The Argentine-born former Roma striker was loaned to Inter last Summer, with a view to a permanent transfer at the end of this season. That deal now looks increasingly unlikely and the player may need to find a new club by the end of January or expect a lengthy stay on the sidelines.