Inter Milan are still willing to listen to offers for Ivan Perisic and will only let him leave this summer for €50 million, according to reports.
They have managed to solve their financial issues, meeting the terms of Financial Fair Play sanctions, however, they are still willing to sell him if their valuation has been met.
Man United saw their opening €40 million bid rejected by the Serie A giants last month as Jose Mourinho was hoping to sign Perisic on a cheap with Inter’s financial issues, however, they were able to make up €30 million by selling some of their young players.
Although Inter would rather keep him at the club, they could cash in on his services if anyone matches their valuation of around €50 million.
Perisic has reportedly told his agent to push through a move to Old Trafford this summer which would give United a massive advantage in negotiations as they could look to lower a deal, however, it seems Inter are after the best possible deal after turning down a swap deal as they’d prefer a cash offer.
If Man United fail to raise their offer there are doubts over Perisic’s move, but anything could happen as Mourinho has proven to be very persuasive.