Carlos Pablo, the president of Lautaro Martinez’s former club Liniers, has revealed what the club would do with money they would receive should he move on to another club.

The 22-year-old has been heavily linked with a Summer transfer window switch to reigning La Liga champions Barcelona and should he move, Liniers will be entitled to a percentage of whatever the transfer fee is.

Reports suggest that Inter want his €111 million release clause paid or €90 million plus a player or two whilst other reports have stated Barcelona do not want to pay that much for the Argentine national team striker.

“If Lautaro were to transfer to Barcelona, it would allow us to build school buildings within our sports complex, which is very large, but also strategically located next to a golf club, with fast access roads,” Pablo remarked in an interview with the online edition of Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo.

“We would start with nursery and primary schools and then we would also build secondary schools. I have not said anything to Lautaro about the idea of schools but he will surely be very happy.”

Pablo continued: “He always asks me what we are doing and how the work is going. He is very aware of everything that happens here, he wants the club to grow.”

This season Lautaro, who has a contract with Inter until the end of the 2022/23 season, has made 31 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored 16 goals and provided a total of four assists for his teammates.