Inter striker Lautaro Martinez’s future has come into question thanks to recent comments by the player’s agent, but the Nerazzurri are working to convince the Argentine to remain an Inter player for next season.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Inter are attempting the persuade the 23-year-old striker that Inter’s sporting project is still right for him after three successful seasons with the club.

Recent comments about the Argentine’s possible links with Spanish club Barcelona by agent Alejandro Camano have raised doubts about his future in Milan.

The player’s current contract expires in 2023 but talks to renew with the club have currently stalled.

The most concrete interest in the signature of the player is currently coming from Spanish club Atletico Madrid, although the approaches of their Spanish rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona cannot be ruled out either.

However, new Inter coach Simone Inzaghi wants to work with the Argentine next season, and will work to persuade him to stay at the club.

Also thought to be a factor is the fruitful partnership between Martinez and Inter striker Romelu Lukaku – the player could be convinced to stay at the Giuseppe Meazza by the continued desire to play together with the Belgian.

Inter are still most strongly considering Achraf Hakimi as the high-value player to sell in the summer, and are not looking to move Martinez on.