But according to Gianluca Di Marzio, Inter are ‘in no hurry’ to conclude the purchase due to some liquidity limitations they currently have.
Inter may be able to close the deal once the Lautaro Martinez/Barcelona saga has been resolved.
But despite continuing to work on Kumbulla and meeting with Verona several times, Inter have put the brakes on.
The Rome club wants to overcome the competition and win the fight for one of Serie A’s biggest talents.
Good relations between Lazio president Lotito and his Verona counterpart Setti could benefit them.
Verona thinking ahead
Resigned to losing Kumbulla, wherever he ends up, Verona are already working on a replacement.
Verona followed Cetin during the January transfer window and after playing him for just 220 minutes, Roma could sell.