Inter are optimistic about their chances of reaching a deal with Bayern Munich over the permanent transfer of Ivan Perisic according to a report in today’s print edition of daily Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
Perisic joined the Bundesliga club on a season long loan with an option to buy and although that option has now expired, Inter are optimistic that they will be able to strike a deal with the German club.
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has admitted it is too soon for the Bavarian side to plan their upcoming transfer window but a permanent move for Perisic is certainly more feasible than one for fellow on loan player Philippe Coutinho.
The report from the Rome based news outlet goes on to state that there is not so much optimism when it comes to Joao Mario and Valentino Lazaro.
Joao Mario is on loan at Lokomotiv Moscow and Lazaro is on loan at Newcastle United. Lokomotiv Moscow are highly unlikely to take up their option to sign Joao Mario whilst it remains unclear what Newcastle United’s intentions are for Lazaro.