Inter are at risk of missing out upon some €60 million as clubs with Inter players on loan are thinking twice about signing them permanently according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
Ivan Perisic, Joao Mario and Valentino Lazaro who are out on loan at Bayern Munich, Lokomotiv Moscow and Newcastle United can be signed for €20 million, €18 million and €22 million respectively but all three clubs are seriously thinking about whether they should take up their options to buy.
Perisic joining Bayern Munich is, at the moment anyway, the most likely deal still to occur. Inter could give Bayern Munich a discount or agree to extend his loan as the club do not want him to return.
Lokomotiv Moscow have already admitted they simply cannot afford to sign Joao Mario on a permanent basis whilst Newcastle United’s pending takeover has cast doubt over Lazaro possibly joining the Premier League club permanently.