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Inter Milan plans new offer for Ante Rebic

For weeks now there have been rumors about Ante Rebic and an early departure from the football league Eintracht Frankfurt. The Hessians, however, do not want to hand over their attacker to the competition without a fight. With Inter Milan, however, an interested party remains stubborn.

As “Sky” reports on Monday evening, the Italians are currently preparing a new offer for the last remaining member of the furious Frankfurter “buffalo herd”. The Croatian can well imagine a change to the 18-time master, since he already speaks Italian, the report of the TV channel says.

At the Series A Traditional Club the offensive player has recently risen again in the course. The reason for this is the stalled transfer poker around Romelu Lukaku.

The Milanese would be happy to oblige the attacker of Manchester United and reportedly offer 60 million euros for the Belgian. However, the English top club demands a refund of 83 million euros without error. Since no approach is in sight, Inter has now intensified its search for alternatives. Rebic is back in the spotlight of the Champions League winner of 2010.

Sky Italia journalist Gianluca di Marzio also wrote last week, Inter soon wants to start negotiations with Eintracht Frankfurt.

Rebic contract still valid

Eintracht-Star poker has been running for several weeks now. Recently, the Nerazzurri had been flashed with an offer of more than 30 million euros for Rebic. The Spanish newspaper “AS” reported that at least 40 million euros would have to be seized in order to persuade those responsible in the main metropolis to sell. This was communicated by Rebic adviser Fali Ramadani to the representatives of Atletitico Madrid. The La Liga Club was also regarded as an interested buyer.

The 25-year-old Rebic had only last August extended its contract on entry to 2022. At that time, he had lucrative offers passed on from abroad.

Should the stormer change in the summer, Frankfurt loses the third cornerstone in the offensive to Luka Jovic and Sebastien Haller.