Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin has said that Inter will not necessarily sell a big player this summer and Lautaro Martinez does not want to leave the club, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking whilst on the Calciomercato.com Twitch channel about Inter’s upcoming transfer market, via FCInter1908, the journalist touched on a number of topics relevant to the Nerazzurri.
Many feel that Inter will have to sell a big player to end the summer with the €60-70 million that they need in liquidity. Whilst he does not rule it out, Fabrizio Biasin says that they will not necessarily sell a big player.
“Inter are obliged to have €60-70 million in liquidity, but that does not necessarily come with large sales, there are other plans. It is however possible that there will be a large sale. In the minds of Marotta and Ausilio, the idea is not to sell Lautaro to bring in Dybala. Lautaro doesn’t want to leave Milan. There is no big news, I don’t see certainty about the fact that he will go away, on the contrary.”
Fabrizio Biasin then explained that he has always been a big fan of the Argentine forward and said he thinks Inter would be wise to keep a hold of him.
“In my opinion, he is his future and he can become a 30 goal player. Even in his bad moments, I have always said: ‘Be careful to judge him as an ordinary player, a trivial player’. He can only leave with offers that cannot be ignored, otherwise Inter will keep it tight, especially in an era when ‘there is no money’.”
As for defensive target Gleison Bremer, the situation is still that an agreement is there with the player but not yet with Torino.
“Bremer is close in the sense that he has given the ok to his possible transfer. But that’s not the only thing that matters, we need an agreement with Torino. If Urbano Cairo keeps the promise made to the player, that is not to obstruct his farewell, the deal will be made. Otherwise, it will be more complicated.”
The situation around Romelu Lukaku appears fairly simple. A return to Inter for the Belgian is very unlikely right now: “No, it’s very difficult at the moment. The situation at Chelsea is frozen, we can’t make too many hypotheses. But to think that last season’s investment could be transformed into a two-year loan to Inter seems unreal.”
Fabrizio Biasin confirmed that there has been contact between Inter and Paulo Dybala but Beppe Marotta must consider how to juggle that deal and the Lautaro Martinez situation.
“Dybala talks to Inter and would like to come to Inter, that’s certain. But Marotta does not want to go through what Dybala brings and send Lautaro away. He is looking for the right joints to make the deal regardless.”