Despite reports of an agreement between player and club, Inter have not many any serious progress in attempting to sign their target Filip Kostic.

Today’s print edition of German newspaper Bild report that, despite rumours of personal terms agreed between the Serbian winger and Inter reported yesterday by German broadcaster Sky Deutschland, a deal for the player is still far away.

In order to consider making on offer for the 28-year-old, Inter would have to first sell Achraf Hakimi. The fee from a Hakimi sale would be key to funding any subsequent transfer plans for the Nerazzurri.

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is seeking at least €80 million for the Moroccan with PSG and Chelsea being reportedly very interested, but no offer has come into the Nerazzurri for more than €60 million.

Kostic is being valued at €20-25 million by his current club Eintracht Frankfurt, and so he is unlikely to arrive at the Giuseppe Meazza without Marotta finding ways to allocate significant funds to his acquisition, likely through a large sale.