Messi called Lautaro
Lautaro, faced with the difficulty of the negotiationsThe Inter footballer knows that negotiations are not easy. First, because the clause amounts to 111 million euros and Barça would have to find a fast track to reduce said cost. In addition, Inter incorporated him in 2018 with a long-term project (June 2023). Meanwhile, the player’s environment is optimistic for this operation and hopes that Barça will finally be able to convince Steven Zhang (president of Inter). Lautaro’s admiration for Messi is maximum and would force due to the moment to be with him. It would not be the first time that the striker would press for a transfer. And, when he found out about Inter’s interest, he insisted Racing internally to sell him. Regarding the Argentine club, the footballer himself also likes the idea that Racing receive 10% of a possible transfer to Barça.Adrián Rubén Fernandez, one of his discoverers, revealed to AS that Madrid was interested in signing him when he was 18 years old. The player believed that it was not the ideal moment and Adrián himself finally convinced him: “I told him that it was still early to make the leap to a top team that would have better offers than that of Madrid.” Now fate could lead him to the maximum rival. Lautaro dreams of going to Barcelona. Although he publicly prefers to remain silent, the Argentine confesses to his own that he wants to leave as soon as possible. Sources close to the player detail ACE who opted for the culé club after receiving a call from Messi last March. An emotional talk, where both spoke about the culé club and its beginnings in the national team in 2018.Although the praise has always been mutual, the truth is that the complicity between the two goes beyond something mediatic. So much so, that they tend to be in monthly contact since they co-decided in Argentina in 2018. Paradoxically, several former Lautaro teammates in the Racing inferiors confess, in private, that in 2014 they already said that one day they would get to play with Leo.Design: Eduardo Cornago ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Design: Eduardo Cornago Messi’s call is not the only reason that convinced Lautaro to want to go to Barça. In October 2019, the ‘9’ played with Inter at the Camp Nou and scored a goal in minute two. As soon as the game was over, he met with several family members and confessed that the Camp Nou had been the field that had most impressed him. He also received the congratulations of Messi and other players: Inter had not scored in the Catalan fiefdom since 1970.