Inter have a substitute for Lautaro

The club thought that selling Achraf would be enough, but the signals that come from the Argentine invite them to think that he wants to leave.

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Inter has some hectic days ahead of them. After having solved the earthquake on the bench with the departure of Conte and the signing of an Inzaghi who had reached an agreement to renew with Lazio, he now faces a time trial to clean up the accounts for June 30. The property explained that it needs to make a big sale and, in that sense, the chosen one is Achraf.

The defender has PSG and Chelsea as main suitors, but from Italy it is explained that the former Real Madrid player prefers PSG. Leonardo, his director of operations, has presented him with a proposal of 8 million per season. Something almost inalienable. Inter hoped to balance the accounts with the sale of Achraf for some 70 million plus other minor transactions such as that of Joao Mario and some salary cuts of the highest chips.

But in the last hours Lautaro has sent unreassuring signals to Inter. His agent has been sliding the doubts that the Argentine has regarding the project. First, recognizing that all players have a price and that he would meet with Inter to explain the new path of the project. Later, he unceremoniously acknowledged that Lautaro would love to play for Barcelona.

Inter is with the fly behind the ear, explains the Corriere dello Sport. Neither with the previous representative nor with the new one has he yet managed to get Lautaro to sit down and sign a renewal of his contract beyond the current one that ends in 2023. The new link included an improvement, but it is understood that Lautaro is extending it for some reason. The statements of his agent, it is explained, have been the trigger for Inter to have a possible replacement ready. The sale of Lautaro is not ruled out at all and Raspadori has been identified instead. Sassuolo's Italian international would fit in and Lautaro would leave a generous capital gain in Inter's accounts.



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