"If Lautaro does not ask us to leave, he will not leave"
After speaking on Sunday about Lautaro Martinez's future, Giuseppe Marotta once again referred to the Argentine's future before the match between Inter and Sassuolo.
The Inter CEO spoke to 'DAZN' and his view has not changed. He stressed that the Argentine has not asked to leave and if that does not happen, they will not sell him.
"We've been very clear on Lautaro. We have said that Inter are a big club, they do not have the intention of selling their best players and the same rules apply for Lautaro," Marotta insisted.
"If the player does not express his desire to leave, there are no conditions to let him leave," the Inter CEO concluded.
Marotta also spoke about Alexis and Moses' futures: "We wanted to end this season and we knew that there were going to be problems. We will have to negotiate and it's something that should be regulated so that players can complete the competitions which haven't been finished. I hope there's an order from FIFA to regulate these types of situations."