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Ivan Perisic could return to Inter if Bayern Munich does not offer ‘a big discount’

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Ivan Perisic appears set to come back to Inter this summer after Bayern Munich has apparently selected against the winger’s permanent deal.

Perisic has been on loan at Bayern for the season, scoring 15 goals in his 30 appearances, and winning the title of the Bundesliga.

The German giants have a €20 m chance to buy, but Sky Sport Deutschland and Bild ‘s Christian Falk say they ‘re unlikely to take that on.

The Croatian national team winger joined the as of late delegated Bundesliga champions on a season-long loan this past Summer and as part of the deal, Bayern Munich made sure about a €20 million alternative to purchase.

The alternative has terminated and the clubs agreed to hold talks over Perisic’s future at a later date and as things stand Bayern Munich may not sign him out and out in this way meaning he would come back to Inter, who had thought they had seen the last of him.

Inter still want €20 million for Perisic while Bayern Munich wants him for half of that because of the fact his annual gross wages are in the district of €10-11 million.

Whilst on loan at the Bavaria based club, the previous Borussia Dortmund player has made 30 appearances across all rivalries to date, in which he has scored six goals and tallied nine assists.

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