Inter Milan have been given an asking price by chairman Daniel Levy if they want to sign Mousa Dembele, according to the Corriere Dello Sport.
The Italian newspaper reports we have set a price tag of €30m (£26.3m) for the Belgian international, but the Nerazzurri believe this fee is negotiable.
We are said to be reluctant to let the 30-year-old leave but in the “frequent contacts” the two clubs have had over the last few days, Inter believe they can get the midfielder for a lower amount.
One of the reasons is that Dembele is said to be keen on a move to the San Siro, and while negotiations will be tough, the Serie A side are hopeful a compromise can be reached.
The Daily Telegraph have confirmed Inter’s interest but they actually put our asking price a bit lower at £20m. However, they say that we would prefer a sale to China rather than to Italy as we don’t want to sell to a rival Champions League club.