Inter Milan are in talks with Wolfsburg to sell Robin Gosens, who has agreed personal terms on a five-year contract with the Bundesliga club.
This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports that the Nerazzurri are holding out for €18 million whilst the German team are offering €14 million.
Wolfsburg are not actively pursuing Gosens.
However, it looks to be Wolfsburg who are moving the fastest to try and sign Gosens.
Di Marzio reports that they are now in active talks with Inter to try and sign the 28-year-old.
However, they still have work to do before they can reach an agreement on a sale.
No Agreement Between Inter Milan & Wolfsburg For Robin Gosens
Di Marzio reports that Inter are still holding out for €18 million to sell Gosens. They are ready to accept a considerably lower fee than they paid last January, though still want a sizable bid.
Meanwhile, Wolfsburg’s offer has risen as far as €14 million.
Therefore, the two clubs will still have a way to go before they can shake hands on a deal.
However, the talks are ongoing. Wolfsburg are serious about signing Gosens, and they are pushing to see whether they can test Inter’s resolve.
Moreover, the Bundesliga have the player’s green light on a move. Di Marzio reports that they have reached a personal agreement on a five-year deal with the German.
Gosens would be ready to make the move to Wolfsburg for the two clubs reach an agreement.
In addition, Di Marzio reports that Inter are ready to move for a replacement for Gosens if they agree a deal to sell him.
The Nerazzurri want Monza’s Carlos Augusto as the German’s replacement and will move quickly if Gosens is on his way.