Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez has closed the door to a massive money offer from the Saudi Pro League.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInter1908, who report that the Argentine has rejected an offer worth a total of €24o million in wages, whilst the Nerazzurri consider him virtually unsellable in any event.

The Saudi Pro League’s summer of lavish spending is continuing at pace.

Clubs from Saudi Arabia’s top flight have already brought in plenty of big names from European football.

These have included Lazio superstar Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Ruben Neves.

However, clubs from Saudi Arabia are still aiming to make more eye-catching acquisitions.

And Inter striker Martinez would certainly be right up there with the league’s most high-profile transfers this summer.

Lautaro Martinez Turns Down €240M Saudi Pro League Offer – He Wants To Stay At Inter

Saudi Pro League clubs’ strategy this summer has been to offer enormous wages to tempt players from European clubs to make the switch to a less prestigious league.

And this is certainly the case with an offer that has arrived to Martinez.

The Corriere report that an unnamed Saudi club has put forward the proposal of a four-year contract worth €60 million net per season. This would see the 25-year-old bring in a total of €240 million.

As far as the player is concerned, however, there is little interest in even an offer of that size.

The Corriere report that Martinez still wants to stay in European football and at Inter.

Martinez has just inherited the captain’s armband at Inter from Samir Handanovic. He does not want to suddenly leave, even for a truly astronomical bid.

Martinez’s current priority is to try and lead the Nerazzurri to trophies next season.

The striker is not giving consideration to other possibilities. And that has included completely closing the door to offers from Saudi Arabia.