Udinese midfielder Lazar Samardzic is willing to accept the offer on the table from Inter Milan despite negotiations currently stalling.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports on his homepage that the 21-year-old is staying in Milano as a sign of good will and his desire to sign, and that Udinese have conveyed that they won’t sell him to any other club.

Right now, Samardzic’s situation looks completely up in the air.

According to Di Marzio, the talks between the player’s representatives and Inter are at a standstill right now.

This is because the Nerazzurri have shown a complete unwillingness to negotiate after the Serb’s entourage, including his father, asked for different financial requests at the eleventh hour in a meeting yesterday.

Inter have clearly conveyed their stance – they will only sign Samardzic at the terms they’d already agreed to.

The player has undergone his medical. Theoretically, the deal can go through very quickly and the player can sign his contract.

But Inter will only do so if Samardzic and his representatives accept the previously agreed terms.

Lazar Samardzic Stays In Milano – Still Some Optimism That Transfer Can Happen

According to Di Marzio, Inter told Samardzic that he can leave Milano.

The former RB Leipzig midfielder had arrived in the city on August 9. He already underwent his Inter medical two days ago.

But the Nerazzurri feel that as long as Samardzic’s entourage continue to push for new terms, there is no point in the player remaining. There will be no deal.

However, Di Marzio reports, the player has continued to remain in Milano. This is because he still hopes to make the move to Inter.

Therefore, there is still some optimism.

Samardzic could decide to push for the move to happen by insisting with his representatives to sign a deal on the terms that the Nerazzurri had already agreed.

Meanwhile, Udinese have made clear to Samardzic that they will either sell him to Inter or that he will stay next season.

The German-born Serbian international will not join any club other than the Nerazzurri this summer, Di Marzio reports.