Inter have made it clear to Valencia that they will not listen to offers of any less than €30 million for midfielder Matias Vecino according to the online edition of Spanish news outlet El Gol Digital.

Valencia have identified the Uruguayan national team midfielder as a transfer target ahead of the upcoming Summer transfer window but will have to go back to the drawing board and come up with a new offer to the one they were hopeful would work.

The report claims that the offer Valencia had planned consisted of a cash sum of €20 million plus midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, who previously played for Inter between 2015 and 2017.

Vecino, who joined Inter in 2017 from Fiorentina in a €24 million deal, has found himself in and out of the Inter side this term and has made 23 appearances across all competitions to date.

In just shy of 1700 minutes on the park, Vecino has scored three goals and has provided a single assist for his teammates.