With just over a year left on his contract at Manchester City, Pep Guardiola confirmed Ilkay Gundogan will not sign a new deal at the Etihad.
The German international has been a transfer target for Inter Milan and FCInterNews reported on Monday the Premier League winners have set a €25m fee to sanction the midfielder’s sale in the summer.
Later that day, we covered claims from Tuttosport, who explained €30m is needed for the Nerazzurri to secure the services of the former Borussia Dortmund man.
Calciomercato claim Inter continue to observe the 28-year-old’s situation with his current employer and their CEO Giuseppe Marotta is already thinking about a plan to seal the deal for him.
The Serie A club’s sporting director Piero Ausilio was at Tottenham’s new stadium to watch the player in action for City in the Champions League tie.
Manchester City will have the last chance to make good money from Gundogan’s sale in the summer and Inter are ready to spend around €30m fee to sign the player.
The Italian website ends their report by claiming ‘In short, the Nerazzurri are serious about Gundogan: the next few weeks could be decisive.’