Inter's chances of keeping Lautaro Martinez in their squad are looking increasingly remote. In the Milan offices they are working hard to find someone to replace him, as his departure is very close to happening.
The 'Nerazzuro' club does not want to let go of their player, but is aware of the market situation. They even went as far as lowering his price, as they once asked for 111 million euros, but are currently only demanding €70m.
Recently, Inzaghi, the Inter coach, asked that, in case of letting the Argentine leave, it should be in exchange for Joaquin Correa, according to 'Sky Sport'. Player and coach know each other from their time at Lazio, so both sides stand to gain. However, PSG also want him, so it remains to be seen who will take the initiative.
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