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Inter Milan wants Semedo and Aleñá in Lautaro deal - report

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Barcelona is willing to part with players to make it happen

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Inter Milan has brought up two new names in negotiations for the transfer of Lautaro Martínez to FC Barcelona, according to the latest rumors. Barça already reportedly rejected letting Arthur go to the Italians, but Inter has countered by putting new cards on the table: Nélson Semedo and Carles Aleñá.

It remains to be seen how both sides will value the players. Lautaro’s release clause sits at 111 million, meaning the Catalans will also pay a sum of money, but just how much depends on what the valuation of the players included is.

Reports say Inter manager Antonio Conte is a fan of Aleñá, who plays for Real Betis on loan. In addition, Semedo is seen as a valuable fullback in the European market, with interest from many clubs. Other possibilities abound, such as including Arturo Vidal in the deal.