Kulusevski is in the crosshairs of Inter, which evaluates the costs of the deal with a distinction between January and June. As part of a three-way deal with Atalanta and Parma, this is the figure that should be invested by Inter according to what was collected by Fabrizio Romano on "Calciomercato.com". De Paul is the alternative
DEAL IN THREE, TWO STROKES – This is how Fabrizio Romano : “ Dejan Kulusevski is a pure talent, but it is expensive. Inter is well aware of this, because the 2000 class jewel owned by Atalanta – now on loan at Parma – is a real ball for the management that has already been working on it for weeks: capable of playing at midfield, outside and even from false nine if necessary at San Siro, Kulusevski is now considered transferable by Atalanta in the face of a very important offer, while Parma continues to make resistance to keep it until June as agreed, despite having excellent relations with Inter that can soften the situation. For Inter, taking the Swede in January would mean anticipating so much competition but also spending more: Parma would have to be satisfied with another deal if Kulusevski left earlier than expected, plus there is to be an agreement with the Atalanta. Relations between the Suning group, the Percassi family and their respective leaderships are excellent, but the cost is at least 30 million euros as an evaluation of Kulusevski that can be softened – but not too much … – with the inclusion of technical counterparts ( Davide Bettella and beyond, Inter and the Goddess already have several speeches at stake). The player would be enthusiastic about reaching Antonio Conte , but certainly booking it now for June would mean being able to build the operation more calmly and avoid an immediate increase, in addition to the 'Parma problem'. Inter with all its management and Conte himself is evaluating how to move on a talent that he wants to take regardless of reasoning on timing and costs. Not by chance, Rodrigo De Paul is another name in the running, a similar and serious alternative ”.
Source : Calciomercato.com, "La soffiata" – Fabrizio Romano
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