Inter aren’t backing down in their request of €111 million for Lautaro Martinez, according to a report form Spanish media outlet Mundo Deportivo earlier today.

The report details how the Nerazzurri aren’t looking to sell the 22-year-old Argentine striker, who is contracted to the Milanese club until 2023. Barcelona are incredibly keen to sign Lautaro, believing that he would be the perfect replacement for the aging Luis Suarez.

The Blaugrana cannot afford to pay Lautaro’s €111 million release clause, however, and so are hoping to include players in the deal.

Inter want €111 million in cash for the 22-year-old Argentine, the report continues, but regardless Barcelona are prepared to offer two players.

The first is French defender Clément Lenglet, who doesn’t want to leave the Camp Nou and is happy in Catalonia, and the other is Jean-Clair Todibo, who is currently on loan in Germany with Schalke. Junior Firpo is also being considered, with Inter appreciating the player.