Biacine: Lautaro wants 36 million in 3 years: Inter’s board of directors is feeling nervous

Biacine: Lautaro wants 36 million in 3 years: Inter’s board of directors is feeling nervous

Thus the journalist said: “As in the best traditions of the market, the problem is related to the gap between supply and demand, which cannot currently be bridged.”

Among the pages of today’s issue of Libero, Fabrizio Biacina journalist, evaluated the negotiations between Inter and… Lautaro Martinez Regarding the contract renewal: “Apart from the superficial and understandable statements (on the one hand “But of course Lautaro will renew, there are no problems”, on the other hand “I love Milan, everything is beautiful and wonderful”), the truth is that the two parties are living in a state of unpleasant and complicated stalemate. Extremely, some say “It’s normal, there is a handover between Zhang and Oaktree Fund” but the topic does not matter (by the way, the first meeting took place yesterday at the headquarters between Mr. Zhang and Oaktree Fund and the new owners will meet next week, after the new board of directors is elected). scheduled for June 4, to discuss renewing the coach’s contract).

As in the best market tradition, the problem relates to the gap between supply and demand, which cannot be closed at the moment. Faced with a proposal from the club trying to round the fixed and variable part of the net amount to 10 million euros per season, the good Camano is stuck in princely positions, i.e. a three-year “progressive” contract between one lie and the next that should guarantee approximately 36 million euros. Net for a lot of toro. Even a Plutonian unfamiliar with terrestrial mathematics is able to understand that the groove currently appears enormous.

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The tug of war has the Nerazzurri board very nervous, eager to understand the terms of the confrontation. And we explain. Is Lautaro really asking for that much (12 million net per season, to begin with)? If so, it is easy to draw a conclusion: that he does not intend to renew his contract (the Nerazzurri cannot reach this number). Does Lautaro already have a club willing to give him that amount? Possible, although it’s hard to imagine. Is Lautaro ready to meet his club? “So it’s better that you communicate quickly to avoid a very unpleasant breakup.”

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