Inter aren't worried about Barça's interest in Lautaro Martinez

Inter's CEO, Beppe Marotta, claims the player doesn't want to leave the club even if someone paid his buyout clause

 Lautaro sembró las dudas en el Barça con un gol en el minuto dos | MEDIAPRO

Inter Milan's CEO Giuseppe 'Beppe' Marotta has downplayed the significance of Lautaro Martinez's buyout clause which stands at €111m. The young striker has set the Serie A alight this season and his performances haven't gone unnoticed throughout Europe.

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Barça are one of those teams who have reportedly made Lautaro a target next summer. However, Marotta doesn't believe that Inter needs to sell him or any of their star players.

"We're Inter," insisted Marotta. "We're a great team who doesn't need to lose their best players, unless the players themselves want to leave."

On Lautaro specifically: "In his case, the buyout clause doesn't matter. What's important is his wish to develop and improve alongside his teammates," he told Sport Mediaset. 


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