Barcelona are reportedly back in deliberations with Inter-Milan for the Argentine attacking striker Lautaro Matinez, after the team secured a new coach Ronald Koeman, oyogist.com reports.
According to the reports by Football Espana, both clubs had dragged on throughout the summer, even beyond the point where the €111m release clause had expired.
The new head coach Ronald Koeman, the club club need to get new attacking like Martinez and also moving onto more defensive targets after an 8-2 Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich.
The 23 years old Argentine striker who helped Inter-Milan reach the Europa League Final and second place in Serie A with 21 goals and seven assists in 49 competitive games.
The main issue delaying, which is that Barcelona don’t want to pay the €100m asking price for the Argentine.
Bearing in mind that the Argentine GOAT isn’t happy at the direction his team is taking, and Inter’s undisguised interest in his next move, a potential exchange would be part of the conversation.