Inter are preparing to move for Lazio striker Joaquin Correa, though they have yet to come to an economic agreement with the Biancocelesti on a deal.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Biancocelesti are asking for €40 million, while the Nerazzurri still prefer to spend around €28-30 million for the Argentine.
Inter have acted fast in identifying Correa as a key attacking target following the departure of Romelu Lukaku, and they are reported to have agreed personal terms with the 26-year-old on a four-year deal that will net the player in the region of €3.5-4 million per season.
The striker wants an Inter move, though it remains to be seen if an agreement can be found with his current club.
Lazio had been asking €45 million for the Argentine before lowering their valuation to €40 million, and it is felt that for a €35 million offer they would sell to Inter.
The Nerazzurri, for their part, are ready to pay €28-30 million for the striker, and they will hope that meetings with the Biancocelesti and with the player’s agent Alessandro Lucci can bring the parties closer together and quickly close on a deal.