Inter does not want to part with Lautaro Martínez. Giuseppe Marotta, CEO of the Nerazzurri club, spoke on ‘DAZN’ before the confrontation with Sassuolo and reiterated the position of his entity in the interest of Barcelona for the Argentine: “We were always clear about Lautaro. Inter is a noble club, it does not want to sell its best players, and for Lautaro it is the same“
In addition, the manager this time stated that the striker would not have communicated the intention to leave the team: “The player has never expressed the will to leave and, therefore, there are no conditions to think about his sale” The azulgrana, to get their services, will have to pay 111 million of their termination clause, which according to the Milanese club expires on July 7.
Marotta also acknowledged the difficulties in lengthening the assignments of Alexis Sánchez (headline today) and Victor Moses: “We are in a real negotiation for that and, instead, a rule would be needed to allow players to finish competitions that have started. I hope FIFA and UEFA fix it“