Inter Milan ‘to claim Barcelona includes Antoine Griezmann in every deal for Lautaro Martinez’, as Spanish giants make a summer deal for Antonio Conte’s chief
- Lautaro Martinez is considered the number 1 summer transfer destination of Barcelona
- The striker has been a key figure in the title charge of Inter Milan this season
- Barcelona does not want to pay its release clause and will explore an exchange agreement
- Inter Milan is only interested in that deal if Antoine Griezmann is included
Inter Milan will demand that Barcelona include Antoine Griezmann in every possible transfer deal for their star attacker Lautaro Martinez.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed a brilliant season in Italy with 16 goals in all competitions and is considered Barca’s number 1 for the summer.
But Inter is reluctant to let Martinez go without finding a suitable replacement.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed an outbreak season in Italy with 16 goals in all competitions
According to Mundo Deportivo, the attacker can be purchased for £ 93.4 million during a two-week period in July, but the Catalan giants are reluctant to meet that allowance because of the rules of Financial Fair Play.
Tuttosport claim that Barca will instead offer players such as Arturo Vidal, Carles Alena, Philippe Coutinho and Jean-Clair Todibo in exchange for the striker.
In the Turin Daily report that Inter would demand that Griezmann be included in a potential potential deal.
The Frenchman came to Barca last summer, but did not fall to the ground in the style that many expected.
The Frenchman came to Barca last summer, but did not hit the ground as expected
The 28-year-old has only achieved 12 goals in 32 games and could favor a new challenge in the Serie A.
Martinez has given no indication that he wants to leave San Siro amid speculation that he has a desire to make contact with Lionel Messi.
Barca is still looking for a striker for the rest of the current campaign, despite the fact that the transfer window has closed.
Injuries to Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele have left them at the forefront and with special La Liga guidelines they can recruit an attacker from another Spanish club or a non-contracted player.
However, anyone signing them could not play in the Champions League.
Ousmane Dembele joined Luis Suarez on the Barcelona injury list and left them in front