Inter president Steven Zhang does not wish to sell striker Lautaro Martinez in the coming months according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.
For some time now Lautaro has been heavily linked with a move away from Inter, especially to Barcelona, who reportedly see him as one of their number one transfer targets and the ideal heir to the ageing Luis Suarez.
Whilst Inter ultimately do not want to lose the Argentine national team player, if he asks to leave they want his €111 million release clause paid in full.
Inter may even agree to accept less than his release clause if offered some players as part of the deal which please manager Antonio Conte.
The report from the Milan based newspaper goes on to add that the likes of Carles Alena, Junior Firpo, Nelson Semedo and Marc Cucurella may be included in a deal for Lautaro.