Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla has said that Juventus have an agreement with Genoa for Andrea Cambiaso but Inter are planning to raise their offer today, according to a report in the Italian media.

As has been said by Alfredo Pedulla on his website, there is an agreement in principle between the Bianconeri and Genoa for the transfer of Andrea Cambiaso but Inter will today raise their offer to €6 million.

“Cambiaso, Juve have an agreement in principle with Genoa. But today Inter are planning to raise up to €6 million cash.”

Juventus’s agreement with the Grifone is of a different nature to Inter’s as they are planning to pay €3 million as well as including two youngsters to make up the financial difference. Inter are heading down the route of cash and no players.

“Juve have an agreement basis of around €3 million, the tag of defender Dragusin and the possible involvement of young Baseggio. Inter, who had moved before everyone, has announced a raise already for today, only cash up to €6 million, possibly without counterparts.”

Inter and Juventus are not the only teams interested in the young defender but no one else will be able to make more attractive offers than the Italian pair which is why it is effectively a two-horse race.

“The other clubs approached by Cambiaso are out for a question of appeal compared to Inter and Juve. There are a couple of proposals from abroad, even important ones, but by now it really seems to be a two-way race. 

“With the Nerazzurri preparing the relaunch after yesterday’s base agreement between Genoa and Juve.”