Inter could struggle to bring in Fiorentina’s Dusan Vlahovic this summer, with the 21-year-old’s agent demanding a substantial commission in addition to high wages for the player.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the player’s agent would demand a commission fee of €5 million in order to complete the sale, while the request from the player would be for a net €5 million per season in terms of wages.

The Nerazzurri have identified Vlahovic as one of their top targets to replace Romelu Lukaku should the Belgian be sold to Chelsea, and could move quickly to sign him.

However, La Viola would demand at least €60 million for the Serbian, while the Nerazzurri are currently thought to be prepared to offer no more than €40 million, the same amount that they would be consider investing in Atalanta’s Duvan Zapata.

Beyond the transfer fee involved, however, the club could be put off a deal for Vlahovic by the fee demanded by his agent, and by the demand for a high salary, meaning that the sale would be difficult at the moment.