Corona would have served Inter’s interest to keep Lautaro Martinez.
It appears that the stopping of sports activity around the world due to the Corona virus “Covid-19”, which started to reflect on the economy of clubs, and may be in the interest of Inter Milan, Italy, especially with regard to his Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez (22 years), who has a penalty clause in his contract. It amounts to 112 million euros.
The name Laotaro was linked to Barcelona recently, and according to press reports, many clubs expressed their desire to include Martinez, especially in light of his brilliance this season.
However, the outbreak of the Coronavirus and causing football around the world to be completely paralyzed will cause the clubs to change their strategy in the transfer market because of their material losses resulting from the cessation of activity.
Reports in Italy indicate that the end of the Serie A season, and that the clubs will incur a billion euros in losses, will force them to cut their expenses.
This catastrophe includes not only the Italian clubs, but also the entire European continent, which will make these clubs unable to conclude deals exceeding the barrier of 100 million euros, which applies to the case of Laotaro.
Another thing that enhances the chances of Inter staying on Laotaro is coach Antonio Conte constantly relying on him, especially since the young player is in line with the ideas of the former Chelsea coach, and is a terrifying duo with the Belgian Romelu Lukaku in the team’s attack.