Udinese midfielder Lazar Samardzic has departed from Milano as his transfer to Inter Milan now looks in great doubt.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via L’Interista.

Samardzic arrived In Milano on Thursday, with the aim of wrapping up a move to Inter.

The transfer had appeared to be a done deal, with the Nerazzurri reaching a complete agreement with Udinese. They had also, it seemed, agreed personal terms with Samardzic.

Samardzic even underwent his medicals for the move on Thursday.

However, the Nerazzurri were unable to wrap up the deal before holding a further meeting with the 21-year-old’s entourage. And that is where the trouble really started.

Lazar Samardzic Returns To Udine From Milano As Inter Transfer Close To Collapsing

In a meeting with Samardzic’s entourage on Friday, Inter received further financial demands.

The Nerazzurri’s stance was to firmly reject these new terms. They made clear that they would only sign Samardzic if the Serb puts pen to paper on a deal at the terms that they’d previously agreed.

Prominent football agent Rafaela Pimenta had handled the negotiations between Inter and Samardzic up to that point.

However, it was not Pimenta who showed up at Inter’s headquarters on Friday. Rather, Samardzic’s father began representing the 21-year-old in the talks from that point onwards.

In the last couple days, Inter and Samardzic’s representatives have attempted to patch the situation up.

Samardzic has reportedly still been keen to make the move.

But the impasse has remained, with no indication that Inter and Samardzic’s representations have made any progress at resolving the situation.

And now, having spent the past three evenings in a hotel in Milano, Samardzic is leaving the city.

The 21-year-old is returning to Udine where he will resume training with Udinese.

At present, it looks as though a move for Samardzic to Inter is not on the cards.