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There is a lot of talk about Lautaro Martinez's possible signing for Barcelona, but the truth is that 2020 has been a bad year for him. His average number of goals per game has dropped considerably and he has scored very few goals since the turn of the year.
At the age of 32, Kun Aguero's career in the elite will be ending soon. Manchester City know it and they therefore seem determined to go for Lautaro Martinez who seems to be his natural replacement in the Argentinian national team.
In the heat of the season and with the transfer window open, Barcelona have begun to think about possible exits. Junior Firpo could be the next one: Inter Milan have reportedly accepted Barcelona's offer to add him in the signing for Lautaro Martinez.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said on Monday discussions with Inter Milan over the possible signing of Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez had stopped.
FC Barcelona and Lautaro Martínez have reportedly now reached a verbal agreement so that he arrives at the Camp Nou according to 'ESPN'. Barca are reportedly waiting on a player to depart. Once they achieve it, the source affirms, they will sit down to negotiate the price with Inter.
Josep Maria Bartomeu spoke about signings in a chat on 'El Mon' on 'RAC1' and you cannot extract positive conclusions from his words on the Argentine and the Brazilian.
Lautaro Martiínez's release clause sets the price of the Inter Milan player at 111 million euros. But that clause expires on 7th July. 'Sport' says that Barca aren't in a rush to get the deal done, rather the opposite. Their idea is to negotiate the price of the player once that date has passed.
Giuseppe Marotta, the Inter CEO, once again insisted on the difficulty of Lautaro Martinez going to Barcelona.
Barcelona have had Lautaro Martínez on their wish list for some time now. They want the Inter attacker, but he costs 111 million euros. A figure that, according to 'AS', has led the club to reflect on the criticism that Barça could receive for paying such a figure in these times...
The Inter chief spoke before the clash between Inter and Sampdoria to 'Sky Sport' and it was not good news for Barca fans.