Formal conversations between representatives from Inter and Lazio will begin on Monday to try and settle the transfer of Joaquin Correa, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been reported by Sport Mediaset, negotiations are likely to start quickly and take place in a very efficient manner because time is running out for teams to get the players or money that they need.

It is reported that Lazio are asking for €35 million for the Argentine striker but Inter will likely feel that they can knock that price down slightly. Inter would likely want a fee slightly beneath €30 million.

In terms of a replacement for Joaquin Correa at Lazio, the Roman side will likely turn their attention to Lorenzo Insigne from Napoli.

The Biancocelesti’s star striker, Ciro Immobile, is a close friend of Lorenzo Insigne and is expected to be working very hard to bring his friend from the national team to Lazio.