Inter Milan have reportedly made an offer for Bayern Munich defender Benjamin Pavard worth 25 million euros. But it wasn’t enough to sway the German champions.

While the Yann Sommer saga reached its happy ending, the two clubs are now embroiled in another tug-of-war.

The Nerazzurri have been tracking the French international for quite some time now. As we reported this morning, the club has reignited its interest in the versatile defender.

This week, Lazar Samardzic’s transfer from Udinese collapsed due to additional requests from the player’s entourage.

Thus, Inter reportedly decided to invest the fee previously allocated for the Serbian’s transfer on a new defender, pinpointing Pavard as the ideal profile for the job.

According to the Bild via FcInterNews, the Serie A giants presented an official offer for the 27-year-old worth 25 million euros.

The 2018 World Cup winner’s contract expires in 2024. Thus, the Nerazzurri were looking to seize the opportunity and secure his signature on a cut price.

Inter Milan Saw Their Offer For Benjamin Pavard Rejected As It Fell Short Of Bayern Munich’s Valuation

Nevertheless, the Bundesliga champions rejected the offer. They have reportedly set their price between 35 and 40 million euros.

So as the source tells it, this could be the of the road for Inter who aren’t willing to try their luck again for the Frenchman, not even if the player requests a transfer.

Moreover, the report claims that Pavard’s primary desire is to join Manchester United.

The Red Devils are also on the player’s trail, but they may have to offload Harry Maguire before launching an onslaught on Pavard.