Inter coach Antonio Conte has agreed to the deals for Sandro Tonali and Timo Werner, should Lautaro Martinez be sold to Barcelona in the summer, according to a report from Italian broadcaster SportMediaset earlier today.

The report details how the deals would total around €110 million, only €1 million lower than Lautaro’s release clause. The 22-year-old Argentine striker has been wanted by the Blaugrana for some time now, although their financial limitations mean that they cannot offer the full amount in cash.

Instead, they are hoping to tempt Inter with a deal of two players and €60 million. Conte’s green light means that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta can focus on the duo, the report continues, although that does depend on the situation of Lautaro.

Conte is not keen on any of the players offered by Barcelona, with the exception of Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal, who the Lecce born coach has been trying to bring to Milan since his arrival a year ago.