Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge discussed Inter owned forward Ivan Perisic and whether the club will sign him permanently in the summer in an interview in today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
“We haven’t talked about it yet, we have a clause to consider, I believe, until the end of May.”
Perisic has made 22 appearances across all competitions so far this season for Bayern, for a total of 1200 minutes. In that time, he has scored five goals and provided eight assists, impressing coach Hans-Dieter Flick with his tactical flexibility.
The Nerazzurri are hoping to sell the 31-year-old Croatian forward to the German side in the summer, for a fee of around €20 million. Inter have decided that the player is no longer in their future plans and would prefer to cash in on him, in order to reinvest those funds back into the squad. Another player that Inter are looking to sell in the summer is Argentine striker Mauro Icardi, who is currently on loan at PSG.