Italian Journalist Fabrizio Biasin has made clear his analysis of Inter’s situation in the transfer window and proposed that there is little concerte movement regarding the sale of players.

In an editorial for, Biasin posits that Inter fans waiting to see which key Inter players will end up leaving the club in the summer will have to wait a little longer at least.

Biasin makes clear that despite much speculation regarding the futures of certain Inter players, very little movement has occurred when it comes to clear and decisive talks that could lead to sales.

Biasin notes that “only one offer has arrived at the Nerazzurri’s headquarters,” that being the €60 million offer submitted by PSG for Achraf Hakimi.

Given that the Moroccan is valued by Inter at €80 million, this offer can only be said to represent the beginning of a negotiating process.

Biasin also points out that no serious offers have come in for Lautaro Martinez from any of the big Spanish clubs linked with the Argentine’s signature.

Biasin writes: “Well, there are 84 days left for the market. Actually, to be honest, the market hasn’t even started yet.”