Inter would only consider selling striker Lautaro Martinez in the event that a massive offer came long for his signature.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club could allow the Argentine to leave, but that it would take a very significant offer to do so.
Martinez had been a target for a number of top clubs during last summer’s transfer window, but in the end the Nerazzurri rejected any offers for the 24-year-old.
This does not mean that the interest in the striker has disappeared, but he also signed an extension with Inter during the fall which takes him until the end of June 2026, and is a key player in attack for the team.
The Nerazzurri would evaluate any offers that were to come along for Martinez, but their priority is to keep him unless a very sizable offer comes in.