After being on the radars of both Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers for quite a few while, as they look to improve their respective line-ups, Yann M'Vila is all set to reject both in favour of Inter Milan, according to Italian sources.
M'Vila, who currently plays for the Russian side Rubin Kazan, after having completed a £10million deal from Rennes, has seemed to be struggling to settle in Russia, which is the reason he has made just 24 league starts after he moved surprisingly 18 months ago.
Rivals Everton and Liverpool were both strong contenders for his signature and looked as though either could have had chased his services during the January 2014 transfer window. It isn't just the team management that showed interest in him, but the man himself also, after he was photographed sitting with Liverpool's fans in a match in November at Goodison Park.
Rubin Kazan now however are willing to accept a fee of around £12.5 million pounds for their French midfielder. Whether or nor he will join Arsenal or Liverpool will soon be clear though but it seems highly unlikely, mainly because he has already flown to Italy to discuss terms with Inter. Though Walter Mazzarri seems to be opposed to the idea of the move, as claimed by Sky Sports Italia, he could likely approve it after some talks.
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