Italian journalist Fabrizio Biasin feels that now that Inter Milan’s move for Lazar Samardzic is dead, they must invest the same money elsewhere in the transfer market.

Biasin reacted to reports that the Nerazzurri have finally pulled the plug on the transfer of the Udinese midfielder in a tweet.

Inter’s chase of 21-year-old former RB Leizpig midfielder Samardzic has finally fallen through for good.

The deal seemed to be on life support for a few days.

However, it has proved impossible for the Nerazzurri and the player’s representatives to find any sort of basis for an agreement.

The aspect that really makes the transfer saga such a farce is the fact that Inter had, for all the world, already seemed to have wrapped up the deal for Samardzic weeks ago.

The Nerazzurri had already reached an agreement with Udinese some time ago. And Samardzic even completed his medicals last week.

But in the end, the unexpected new financial demands by the Serb’s agents saw the deal collapse.

The aftermath of the entire circus leaves Inter in a daze. The Nerazzurri had worked hard to get the deal to a point of near-completion, and now start again from square one.

Biasin: OK, No Samardzic For Inter – But Spend The Money Elsewhere

Regarding Samardzic, Biasin tweeted, “Inter have every right to pull the plug on a move for a player who’s changed the cards on the table like that.”

“But ok, now they must spend that money elsewhere,” he added.

“And for all the rest of us, let this be a lesson,” Biasin concludes. “Mea culpa. Never take a deal for granted until it’s done.”

Reports suggest that Inter were ready to invest around €20 million in the deal for Samardzic.

Additionally, young midfielder Giovanni Fabbian was to join the Friulani.

Therefore, on paper, the Nerazzurri should have a chunk of change to invest before the summer transfer window closes. There are still problem areas in the squad, including defense, midfield, and in attack.