Lautaro Martínez is like a soap opera. Inter Milan is now apparently making its first move to move away from the original demand.
“I know that Barcelona knows exactly what our intentions are. Inter will not sell Lautaro Martínez voluntarily. But there is an exit clause. I think I have made myself clear on this point. ” With these words, Inter Milan’s sporting director Piero Ausilio recently made it clear that FC Barcelona cannot expect the Nerazzurri to accommodate them.
In the meantime, Inter seems to have opened the door at least a crack. According to ‘calciomercato.com’, goalscorer Lautaro would be let go if Barça sent 85 to 90 million euros plus left-back Júnior Firpo (23) to Milan. According to media reports, Barcelona recently offered 70 million and Firpo – an offer that Inter declined.