We are less than one month until the end of the season and Inter are already working ahead when it comes to improving its squad. According to Sky transfer market expert, Gianluca Di Marzio, the Nerazzurri are moving forward to negotiate for Danilo, Manchester City defender. The 1991-born right back has already expressed his liking to join Inter and so now dialogue between both clubs is going to proceed.
The basis of this agreement should be somewhere between €20M and €22M after the initial request from Manchester City for €30M. Inter are offering less than what Danilo is making at Manchester City which is €4.5M plus 500 thousand in bonuses and so both sides will have to come to an agreement on this front.
City paid €30M for him two seasons ago and now Danilo is out of Guardiola’s defensive rotations, ready to promise him the possibility of going elsewhere at the end of the season after several games where he just sits on the bench or stands. Danilo, therefore, has become the number one objective for the right wing of Inter.