Lazio Is Willing To Lower Acerbi's Price But Inter Want A Free Transfer

Lazio is reportedly interested in selling Francesco Acerbi for 3 million euros, but Inter Milan wants to pay less than that. Currently, the player is staying at the San Siro until the end of the season.

Lazio reportedly offered Francesco Acerbi a permanent deal for 3 million euros, a lower amount than the 4 million euros listed in the option to buy in his loan contract, but the price Inter was willing to pay was even lower.

Media reports from Italy stated that the Nerazzuri intended to agree on the same price when they purchased Arturo Vidal and Edin Dzeko via free transfers, this would have cost them a small amount.

Inter themselves want to permanently recruit Acerbi thanks to his performance throughout his loan period this season. Meanwhile, Biancoceleste is willing to release the 35-year-old player, even though his contract will still be valid until June 2025.

Following the signing of Alessio Romagnoli last summer as a free agent to replace Acerbi, he is no longer in Maurizio Sarri's plans and his relationship with The Aquile fans has also deteriorated.

As a result, The Aquile is willing to decrease the price from 4 million euros to 3 million euros, but Inter wants the price to be even lower. Let's see whether the two clubs can negotiate a deal for Acerbi or if the gap separating them is still too wide.

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