Marotta: ‘Loan deals need regulating’

Inter director Beppe Marotta reiterates Lautaro Martinez is not for sale, but admits Manchester United and Chelsea difficulties over Alexis Sanchez and Victor Moses.

The Nerazzurri face Sassuolo today at 18.30 UK time (17.30 GMT), follow all the action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

Inevitably, Marotta was asked about the transfer speculation and Barcelona’s undisguised interest in Lautaro Martinez.

Inter director Beppe Marotta reiterates Lautaro Martinez is not for sale, but admits Manchester United and Chelsea difficulties over Alexis Sanchez and Victor Moses.

The Nerazzurri face Sassuolo today at 18.30 UK time (17.30 GMT), follow all the action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

Inevitably, Marotta was asked about the transfer speculation and Barcelona’s undisguised interest in Lautaro Martinez.

“We have been very clear on Lautaro, stating more than once, Inter are a noble club and have no intention of selling the best players. That goes for Lautaro.

“If the player does not manifest the desire to leave – and he has not – then there’s no reason why he should go to another club,” Marotta told DAZN.

There are reports Manchester United and Chelsea are refusing to allow loan players Alexis Sanchez and Moses to remain at Inter beyond June 30.

“We wanted to bring this season to an end. We know there could be more injuries and there are some anomalous situations in legal terms, such as loans, that should be regulated and there are clubs who do not entirely agree,” added Marotta.

“We are faced with having to engage in effectively extra transfer negotiations. There ought to be a rule giving players the right to complete the tournaments they started.

“I hope FIFA or other authorities will soon take action to regulate this issue.”

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