Negotiations over Inter defender Diego Godin’s transfer to Cagliari have hit a brick wall according to a report from Italian football journalist and transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla.
The former Atletico Madrid coach agreed to a three year deal worth €3 million net per season with Cagliari but this has since turned into a two year deal with an option for a third year.
Inter have agreed to let Godin leave for nothing and will give him a severance pay consisting of his salary for July, August and September the report continues.
According to the report, it is now down to Cagliari to do the rest as Godin cannot make any further economic sacrifices and Inter cannot legitimately do any more than they already have.
If Cagliari do not do the rest, negotiations could remain at their current status and Pedulla goes on to report that Cagliari could even end up going back in for former targets such as Roma defender Federico Fazio.