Real Madrid don’t need to hesitate to bid Inter Milan, if they are interested in Lautaro Martinez. Because the Argentine player’s transfer agent opens up opportunities for his clients to move closer to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Lautaro Martinez, 22, joined Inter Milan after being bailed out from Racing Club in the summer of two years ago. In his debut season in Italy, the player rarely got a chance to appear, the article at that time Inter Milan still rely on Mauro Icardi on the front lines.
Icardi, who also came from Argentina and then left Inter Milan last summer, so since the beginning of this season, Lautaro Martinez has become the new mainstay of Antonio Conte’s men. Together with the new striker Romelu Lukaku, the two formed a deadly duo on the Inter front lines.
Thanks to the good performance of Lukaku and Martinez, Inter Milan could be at the top of the Italian Serie A standings for a long time. On the one hand, of course this is certainly a risk, many big clubs are starting to be interested in recruiting young Argentine stars, including Barcelona.
The news that was heard claimed that Lautaro Martinez would be prepared to be the successor to the increasingly aging Luis Suarez. Barca has even been called off to offer, it’s just that no agreement has been reached because of the high price set by the Nerazzzurri.
On the one hand, Lautaro Martinez is also believed to be the target of Real Madrid. Although previously had rejected the approach taken by Los Blancos, but the player’s Transfer Agent, Beto Yaque ensured that the opportunity to join the Santiago Bernabeu remained.
“He never said that he did not like Madrid, only that he wanted to succeed in Racing,” Beto Yaque told Mundo Deportivo.
Furthermore, Beto Yaque spoke of the flattery that Barcelona’s mega star Lionel Messi gave his clients.
“Certainly for Lauty it is a good compliment to be discussed by the best in the world. I think it is very good and entertaining for him, “added Yaque.
Meanwhile, Lautaro Martinez is currently also undergoing a period of independent quarantine as a precaution against Coronavirus.