Inter is serious about Amrabat: meeting with the president of Verona Setti


MILAN – Although Inter will play the Europa League instead of the Champions League, the need to be reinforced is more alive than ever. The squad is too short to think it can compete in the league, Italy and Europe cup. And, the latest performances (in cup and Serie A) with the absences of Sensi, Barella, Asamoah, Gagliardini and Candreva are the confirmation. So you don't go on any more: it's risky and counter-productive for a growing team. For this reason, but also for the future, Inter leaders are quickly moving to the market. Indeed, today's meeting at the headquarters of Inter between the Nerazzurri leadership and the president of Verona, Maurizio Setti. A summit during which the parties spoke in particular of the midfielder Sofyan Amrabat, who the Scaligers intend to redeem from the Bruges for 3.5 million euros and then sell for around 15 million. The '96 class would also be in the crosshairs of Naples, which in the next few hours could move rapidly to anticipate competition. The meeting between Inter and Verona was also an opportunity to talk about Kumbulla (who would be close to Juventus) and Rrahmani, a Kosovar defender with Albanian citizenship. Rrahmani, who could arrive in the summer market has a Skriniar profile, which excites the thoughts of Ad Beppe Marotta.

Meanwhile, rumors about the future of Lautaro Martinez, which thanks to the performances of the first part of the season, have attracted the eyes of the big clubs, over all the Barcelona where Messi would like him next to him, do not calm down. Despite the interest of one of the strongest clubs in the world, "Toro" intends to stay in Milan and renew the contract. The issue is a delicate issue and it will not be easy to find a meeting point between the Inter leadership and the Argentine agents, who to sign a new agreement ask to double the engagement of the player, now standing at 2 million. A request, which according to the Catalan daily Sport, would not have found the yes of Inter executives intent on raising the termination clause to 200 million (the current is 111 million). A thought that – for now – does not find the consent of the Lautaro representatives, who would like to keep the current clause with the aim of maintaining a less onerous exit for the companies concerned.

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