Alex Telles' agent is not ruling out a return to Turkish giants

Inter Milan defender Telles, is likely to return to Turkey as Inter Milan are likely to not sign the 23-year-old on a permanent deal.

Alex Telles' agent is not ruling out a return to Turkish giants
Alex Telles in training. | Photo: Getty Images

Alex Telles, Inter Milan defender, has not had the best of seasons at the San Siro only accumulating 20 appearances for the Nerazzurri. His agent, Fernando Otto, has confirmed in a recent interview with FCInterNews that the Inter Milan defender, “would be happy to return to Galatasaray.”

In recent news, it is reported that Inter Milan has agreed on a deal to sign Caner Erkin from Fenerbache on a free transfer instead of signing Telles permanently for €8.5 million.

Representatives from Telles’ camp have not however commented on these rumours and are not confirming whether or not there is a possibility Telles may return to Istanbul next season.

Telles future is not certain

The defender’s representatives confirm they have had, “meetings with the sporting director [Galatasaray], Cent Erkin,” and their eyes, “He’s a very serious and helpful person,” and in their view there will be future meetings in reference to, “whatever we agree with inter, perhaps to do with the price tag.”

Telles 23-year-old as mentioned has only made 20 appearances and impressed his manager though unlikely to sign. Roberto Mancini spoke on Telles, “Telles has prospects and can improve each year.”

As his time with Inter may be over, Telles recently spoke on his manager thanking him as, “He helps me a lot,” speaking to Goal Brazil, Telles continued, “Mancini has been very important for my career,” he finished saying he is, “Eternally grateful,” to his manger.

Telles continued with Goal Brazil touching on the Nerazzurri’s chase for the final Champions League spot, Inter are currently six points adrift form rivals Roma with two games to play and Telles knows Inter "need to give our best now,” and, “get third place which gets you into the Champions League.”

Telles says Inter will, “have an eyes on the results of those around us,” though Inter’s priority is, “to do our job and do it well.”