For the past few days, we’ve been seeing several reports regarding the chase from Manchester City and Milan for Internacional striker Yuri Alberto.

A few outlets from the Brazilian media claimed that both clubs have been making approaches for the signing, and some even managed to confirm the contacts with the player’s agent André Cury.

Now as more information continue to emerge, Torcedores features a story with a few more details about the situation and mention Manchester City in the process.

They claim that Milan already have a ‘verbal agreement’ with Yuri Alberto, and now work to get to a deal with Internacional.

The clubs, however, are said to be far from shaking hands, as the Rossoneri’s offer didn’t go over €10m.

Meanwhile, the Brazilian club initially asked for the price of the release clause, which is of €80m, and don’t even consider negotiating for less than €20m.

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Milan are now expected to come for a new offer for the 20-year-old, who’s one of the top scorers in the Brazilian League.

The player himself is said to be trying to convince Inter to accept the offer.

Regarding Manchester City, Torcedores claims that Pep Guardiola’s side are just one of the many clubs who made approaches for the striker, along with Atletico Madrid, Everton, Lyon, Napoli and Roma.

It’s said the player rejected an offer from Barcelona as well, perhaps feeling he might not get the guaranteed game time he’s looking for behind their stars.