Crazybola.com – Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has provided an update on a possible transfer deal involving Romelu Lukaku, Paulo Dybala and Milan Skriniar.
Nerazzurri failed to defend the Serie A title last season moving to city rivals AC Milan and with financial problems also needing to close, this summer is expected to be a busy transfer business for Simone Inzaghi’s side.
There has been much talk of transfers in and out at the Giuseppe Meazza, among them an attempt to bring back Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku in a loan deal from Chelsea for IDR 125 billion.
Moreover Inter Milan are favorites to sign Paulo Dybala on a free transfer from Juventus, while they are preparing to sell centre-back Milan Skriniar who is a key transfer target for Paris Saint-Germain.
Now Beppe Marotta, CEO of Inter, talks about a potential transfer for Paulo Dybala: “For Dybala, I am not hiding the fact that we have met with his agent. We need to do a survey and consider everything. Now with Dybala, to reach a conclusion, there must be an important meeting. As for the date, we haven’t reached any agreement yet.”
On Romelu Lukaku, he continued, “We have to be grateful for the availability of the president and the owners. I hope the transfer can be completed soon, not in a few hours, but in a few days.”
As for Milan Skriniar, the former Juventus CEO added, “We will evaluate calmly. We never want to give up on one of our players unless he comes to ask for a transfer. In him, like our other players, there is interest from several teams.”