Not Satisfied With Manchester United Bids, Inter Close Perisic Transfer Doors

Manchester United director Inter Piero Ausilio has dismissed reports that Ivan Perisic will join Manchester United in the transfer market this summer Situs Judi Online.

The Croatian has been heavily linked with a transfer to Old Trafford, after Manchester United are willing to spend more than £ 40m to bring the winger.

Inter coach Luciano Spalletti said late last week that he was keen to talk to Perisic before any decision on his transfer was made, because according to growing speculation, the former Borussia Dortmund player was interested in leaving Giuseppe Meazza.

However, Ausilio claims that there has been no satisfactory offer from Manchester United and that means the player is still not possible to leave to the Premier League.

“That did not happen. Perisic is training with us and so far we have not considered anything that Manchester United has to offer us, “told Sky Sport Italia.

Ausilio also said that Inter’s chances to bring in Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan are slim, although there are reports that the Belgian player wants to play again under Spalletti.

“I followed his progress, as I did to many other players. But as far as I know Monchi (sporting director of Rome) has never put Nainggolan in the transfer market. We need to assess our team and keep an eye on everything that happens in the market, “he added.

However, he ensured that negotiations were underway with Nice on a deal to bring Dalbert’s wing-back to the Stadio Olimpico.

“The situation will not be resolved soon as we have approached the club for the last few days to open negotiations. Nice does not intend to sell his players, so we need patience, strategy and wait for Dalbert’s decision, “he continued.

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Ausilio added that striker Gabriel Barbosa was allowed to leave the club on loan for the sake of giving him regular play time, having struggled to adapt since coming from Santos last year.

“When a young man comes from a league like Brazil, he can have trouble adapting to tactics, the organization here. But he worked hard and he signed a five-year contract with us, “he concluded. (Source: Sky Sports Italia)

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