Inter Milan won’t wait around forever to wrap up the signing of Udinese midfielder Lazar Samardzic.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 21-year-old is still very keen on making the switch to the Nerazzurri, but that he’ll have to accept their terms soon for the move to happen.

The once seemingly inevitable transfer of Samardzic to Inter has become a real soap opera in the past few days.

Central to the flux of the situation has been the unexpected demands that the Serb’s entourage added in negotiations at the eleventh hour.

Inter have made their stance abundantly clear to Samardzic and his representatives. They will sign him at exactly the terms they agreed via the mediation of agent Rafaela Pimenta, and not accept any changes in the conditions.

Inter Milan Tell Lazar Samardzic The Clock Is Ticking For Transfer

According to the Gazzetta, Samardzic is still in Milano.

The 21-year-old had travelled to the city from Friuli with just the bare essentials, expecting to be there for just a couple days to complete his medicals and sign his contract.

However, Samardzic is still at his hotel, reports the Gazzetta.

The player is remaining in the city as a gesture of good will to make clear that he wants to stay and patch up his transfer to Inter.

Now, the only question seems to be whether Samardzic and his representatives will accept a deal on the terms agreed via Pimenta. Inter don’t have any intention of budging on any of the new demands.

But according to the Gazzetta, Samardzic is adamant that the move should happen.

Therefore, it currently looks more likely that he’ll push to sign his deal with Inter.

The only question is how long the Neraurri will wait for him to make that decision.