Inter will now not sign Udinese midfielder Lazar Samardžić, with the move now having fell through.
La Gazzetta dello Sport state that the Nerazzurri have pulled out from their move for the Serbian, after their last attempt at finding an agreement failed. The deal is now definitely off and that seems to be the case from both the sides.
Inter seemed pessimistic about an agreement on Sunday and Monday and the player’s father had hired a new, temporary agent to renegotiate terms of the move through Rafaela Pimenta. The terms of the move had to be rediscussed, but the move fell through as no agreement was found.
While ‘never say never’ is used often in the transfer market, it seems as if the Serbian will definitely stay at Udinese and won’t join Inter. He has already returned to Udinese and he has already trained with the side, with the midfielder likely to stay at the club.
West Ham United are interested in the 21-year-old and they could move for him, if Lucas Paqueta does depart but it remains to be seen if that happens.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN