Inter Hope to Expedite Proceedings to Purchase Pavard

Inter set a deadline to conclude the signing of Benjamin Pavard, but they are optimistic all the pieces will fit in the right places in time. The two parties have long concurred on the figures, but Bayern Munich, and especially Thomas Tuchel, wish to sign a new starting-caliber defender before greenlighting his departure.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Nerazzurri won’t wait till past Tuesday afternoon to have time to eventually go after a different player. They have agreed to a €30M fee plus €2 add-ons. The center-back is holding out because he wants to join.

After inquiring about Pierre Kalulu, Bayern Munich are closing in on the acquisition of Trevoh Chalobah from Chelsea, thus allowing Pavard to transfer to Inter. The deal hasn’t been sealed yet, but the recent conversations with Chelsea have been fruitful, Sky Deutschland informs (via Goal).

The main plan B for the Nerazzurri is Perr Schuurs. They believe Torino would accept a comparable offer to sell their defensive pillar. The Granata made strides for Isak Hien in that event.

Our Take on Inter and Pavard

Even if it’s not entirely up to them, they can’t afford another top addition to go up in flames. They should be patient and keep at it until the last moment. Deals can come together very quickly on deadline day.

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