Messi tempts Lautaro

Leo Messi has chosen a new striker and is the one he already has on the albiceleste. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Barça will insist this summer for Lautaro Martínez to sign for the Barcelona team, but the Catalans are not the only ones interested. Real Madrid will also fight so that the Argentine striker does not share a team with Messi and give him one more alternative in attack to Zinedine Zidane apart from Benzema, Jovic and Mariano Díaz.

In Milan they have no intention of selling but they do not know how much they can keep him. Its clause during the first two weeks of the market will be 111 million, so if Inter does not convince you to renew, its stage seems to have an expiration date already set. His salary of 1.5 million euros already seems low in relation to his performance (16 goals) and his potential.

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If the signing occurs, this Italian newspaper ensures that the team's reform plan has already been designed in the Inter offices. If Lautaro leaves, Antonio Conte's favorite to replace him is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Arsenal striker. The African tip has 20 goals in 32 games with the Gunners this season, being one of the best in a rather fateful campaign in North London. The team, which before the stop by Covid-19 stayed out of Europe, would value selling it and also, on the downside, since he ends his contract in 2021 and could force to leave free. There is already talk of less than 70 million euros, a price at which the specialized website Transfermarkt prices you.

The reform of the template will be in the front and also in the rest of the lines. Diego Godín is evaluating his future with the Lombard club and Mauro Icardi, still owned by Inter, is deciding whether he prefers to stay in Paris or try to reach Juventus. Perisic could go for 35 million to Bayern and Joao Mario and Radja Nainggolan are also among those who could stop belonging to the Milan team. The neroazzurri have many unfinished business for this summer.

Inter was complicated the scudetto

Before the break, Inter stayed nine points behind Juventus, the leader, with one less game. In the last two weeks of competition, Antonio Conte's lost against their two direct rivals. Juve won 2-0 in Turin and also fell to Lazio in Rome 2-1.