The arrivals of Nainggolan, Lautaro Martinez, Politano and Keita have increased the offensive options available to Luciano Spalletti, and the former Lazio seems to be the number one candidate leave Milan.
In the closing days of the summer transfer market, Monaco made it clear that they wanted Candreva on loan which did not convince Candreva, who decided to stay at Inter, even though he knew he was no longer a Spalletti go-to winger. A choice that most saw as a gamble, but with time has given reason for the Nerazzurri to keep the Italian international: in 5 appearances in the league, he has scored a goal and showed will and determination every time he's put on the pitch.
Candreva's goal against Bologna
Candreva wants to make things difficult for Spalletti, guaranteeing his contribution, even if that means coming off the bench, offering the Inter manager an extra option for his offensive department.
As reported by Gianlucadimarzio.com, Candreva will with the Nerazzurri at least until the end of the season, excluding any possibility of leaving Inter in January.