Despite reports that Inter striker Lautaro Martinez doesn’t want to renew his contract with the Nerazzurri, the club are confident that he could stay, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper la Repubblica.

The report details how the Nerazzurri are convinced that the resumption of the season would make the difference in the negotiations between Barcelona and them regarding the 22-year-old Argentine striker.

If only one of the leagues between La Liga and Serie A restarts, the club playing in the league that restarts would have an advantage in the talks due to the increased revenues from TV Rights.

Should both leagues restart, the report continues, Inter will continue to look to keep Lautaro, despite Barcelona’s interest.

The Nerazzurri want at least €90 million in cash for the Argentine forward plus one or two players in exchange, and so far, the Blaugrana have only offered €60 million in cash, too low for Inter to consider.