Lautaro Martínez is one of the best strikers in the world. El Toro, captain of Inter, is a player that almost all the teams in the world would like to have in their squad. Rumors have been circulating in the last few hours that Manchester United would be willing to make a big offer to take over his services for next season.
So far this season, the world champion with the Argentina national team in Qatar 2022, he scored 21 goals in 47 games. Furthermore, he will have to play in the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League against Milan. That is to say, if he passes the key, he will play his first final of the top European competition.
His level has been good for years and on more than one occasion he has been mentioned as a possible purchase for various European giants. However, this time around, the Red Devils seem willing to shell out 70 million pounds, something like almost 90 million dollars.
According to rumors in Manchester, Lautaro Martínez is “the perfect striker” who would fit into the scheme of DT Erik Ten Hag. El Toro, 25, would fit well into the intensity and high pressure scheme demanded by the former Ajax technical director in the Netherlands.
In addition to the leap it would mean in his career, Lautaro would meet teammate of the Qatar 2023 world champion team, Lisandro Martínez, in Manchester. The Red Devils also play Alejandro Garnacho, the star who has just renewed his contract with United.
Thus, both Racing and Liniers of Bahía Blanca are starting to project what could be a significant cash influx to their coffers. The Academy, as reported at the time of its sale, holds 10% of a future sale. That is to say, the sale would fetch nearly 9 million dollars.
Also, I would get a file 2% due to the solidarity mechanism. Likewise, Liniers would get another 2% of the amount the transfer ends up going through. That is to say, and putting it hypothetically, if the deal closed at $90 million, both clubs would pocket $1.8 million and the Academy would get nearly $11 million for the jump from Italy to ‘England player who emerged in the tita.
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