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Barcelona is close to closing deal on Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez

Barcelona has taken a bit nearer to finishing the marking of Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez following personal terms negotiated between the two parties, reports say. The Catalan giants expect the Argentine forward to be a drawn-out beneficiary to 33-year-old Luis Suarez.

At the point when the Coronavirus pandemic stopped the 2019/2020 season, Martinez was in brilliant structure for Antonio Conte’s side.

The 22-year-old scored 16 goals and made 31 appearances in all rivalries with four assists-including five negative marks against Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, and Slavia Prague in the Champions League.

His endeavors have been connected to his administrations by Premier League team Manchester United and Chelsea.

In any case, journalist Nicolo Schira reports that Barcelona is a leading contender having marked a contract with Martinez. The player will earn £205,000 a week and performance rewards to join compatriot Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp.

Barcelona has already observed a dismissal of their £53 m in addition to Arturo Vidal and Nelson Semedo.

Barcelona is close to closing deal on Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez
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The official situation of Inter is that any imminent suitor would cause the £98 m release clause of Martinez, although Schira claims that the club will consider around £80 m in addition to an additional player.

“Full agreement between Lautaro Martinez and Barcelona for a €12M annual salary + rewards,” composed Schira on Twitter.

“Barcelona will presently reach an agreement with Inter in the coming weeks asking for the clause (€111 M) yet with €90 M + a player will accept it. The last offer (dismissed) in Barcelona was €60 M + Vidal and Semedo.”

In the up and coming transfer window, Martinez looks prone to abandon the San Siro and is eager to connect up with Messi.

However, his previous Argentina Under-32 coach Fernando Batista says that because of a lack of steady first-team play his previous understudy just chose to leave the last year.