Lautaro Martinez’s future at Inter remains uncertain as a number of high-profile contenders emerge for the Argentinian striker’s signature.
Lautaro, 24, is the subject of growing interest from Arsenal and Manchester United, with both clubs also looking to land Napoli shooter Victor Osimhen as an alternative.
Of the two, however, it is Martinez who would arrive for a marginally reduced amount compared to the Nigerian centre-forward.
British socket The times (about The Express) mentions the Gunners will be bolstered by improved chances of qualifying for the Champions League – a factor that would play a key role in securing signings.
In stark contrast, the Red Devils appear likely to settle for the Europa League, as do Tottenham Hotspur, as the Antonio Conte-led north Londoners are also in contention for Martinez’s signature.
Last but not least, the former Racing Club forward is said to ‘like’ Atletico Madrid. La Gazzetta dello Sport (about FCInter1908). Diego Simeone is known for strengthening his side’s Argentina connection and Martinez would be a welcome addition to replace veteran Luis Suarez.
Inter won’t accept less than €70-80m for their main striker.
Il ToroInter’s exit would no doubt bring the necessary finances into Inter’s coffers but the uncertainty of the player and the club’s stance on the matter remains.