Inter have made a decisive lunge for Hellas Verona starlet Marash Kumbulla and will secure the player’s signature, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
The report details how the Milanese club overtook Lazio in the race to sign the 20-year-old Albanian defender by accepting the Gialloblu’s valuation of the player. The deal for Kumbulla will cost Inter €30 million, with a mixture of money and players in exchange.
Players that could be included in the deal include Lucien Agoumé, Edoardo Vergani or Eddie Salcedo. Coach Ivan Juric will decide which of these players who will be included.
Kumbulla will join the club immediately and not in a year’s time, the report continues, with an agreement already being in place between the player and Inter for some time now.
In regard to Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, a deal is a longer way off due to the fact that president Massimo Cellino went on holiday without his mobile phone, and so cannot be reached for negotiations, the