Inter have yet to agree terms with Cagliari on a loan move for Uruguayan midfielder Nahitan Nandez, with the two clubs still a ways away from each other on a fee.
This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who report that the two clubs are working towards a deal on a paid loan with a purchase option, but that the fee involved has not yet been agreed.
Nandez is thought to be among the Nerazzurri’s top targets to replace Achraf Hakimi on the right after the Moroccan’s departure for Paris Saint-Germain, with the versatile Uruguayan having shown that he can play as a wing-back proficiently under Rossoblu manager Leonardo Semplici last season.
The Nerazzurri have stepped up their pursuit of Nandez recently and are in talks with his current club to try and agree on a deal to bring the player in on loan initially with the option of buying him on a permanent basis.
However, as it stands there is no agreement on the fee involved, with the Nerazzurri offering €2 million for the initial loan fee, while the Rossoblu are demanding €10 million, and it remains to be seen if the two clubs can be brought close together.