Chile international Mauricio Isla could still move to Inter Milan from Juventus before the transfer deadline this summer, according to his agent.
The Old Lady had taken the right wing-back off the transfer list after discussions had been held with the San Siro club over a transfer to Milan.
But Claudio Vagheggi, who represents the 25-year-old, said they are still working on a possible move.
He said to Sport Italia: “I don’t know what will happen. “Football is unpredictable.
“They are saying that he will remain at Juventus, but you never know right up until the very last minute. We’re working.”
The Chilean signed for the Serie A champions from Udinese in 2012 in a deal worth €18.8million, but a knee injury last season limited him to just 16 appearances for Antonio Conte's side, with his place in the team being filled by Stephan Lichtsteiner on a regular basis.
Isla has 38 caps for his country, and was a star of the Fifa Under 20 World Cup in 2007, when he helped the team on a run to the semi-finals.
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