Italian giants Inter Milan have reportedly told Barcelona counterparts how to sell Lautaro Martinez, who has been heavily linked with a move to the market. Inter Milan have announced their decision to send Martinez.
Barcelona has been monitoring Lautaro for several months, with various sources speculating that the club is currently targeting its first summer target.
The 22-year-old Inter contract is subject to a cut-price of 111 million euros, with the deal only valid for the first two weeks of July, but then prices will change.
The Blaugrana are believed to be unwilling to pay all of the £ 111m available for Lautaro Martinez and instead look to make a player-exchange deal.
🚨🚨 #Barcelona have decided to pay Lautaro Martínez’s €111million release clause. They are determined to sign the Inter Milan striker, according to reports in Italy. 🚨🚨#ForçaBarça #FCB pic.twitter.com/9FTWdIfhG3
— Camp Nou Barça (@cnbarca) March 16, 2020
According to Spanish media, Inter informed Barcelona of their decision and told them that they have no interest in adding players but only want cash, knowing that it is difficult to get a top striker in the market. now.
This season, the Argentina striker has made 31 appearances in all competitions, scoring 16 goals and four assists.
The main reason Barca wants to sign him is that they see him in the long run and he will be a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez in his final years.