New York City FC's Andrea Pirlo is considering a loan to Antalyaspor with a view to playing in Euro 2016.
Major League Soccer ceases activity earlier than the European leagues, leaving Pirlo without playing time for several months right before the Euros.
Inter have been showing interest in the regista and today's edition of Il Corriere dello Sport claims the player is considering a transfer, but the option remains unlikely.
The player himself recently tweeted a picture in which he is training with NYCFC, and the tag-line: “End of the rumours”.
However Tuttomercatoweb reports of a different scenario, which could bring the player back to his own side of the Atlantic.
Turkish side Antalyaspor are reportedly offering the player a deal for €2m to play a mere eight games with them.
If accepted, this would allow Pirlo to keep his condition ahead of Euro 2016 on a contract that an Italian side is unlikely to offer him.
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