Retegui Talks Impeding Transfer to Europe Amid Chatter

Mateo Retegui, who has been connected to multiple Serie A clubs and Eintracht Frankfurt, confirmed that he’d probably move across the pond in the summer. The Azzurri striker spoke about his future to ESPN (via El Grafico).

“I’m very serene now, and I try not to think about it. I know that it’s likely that I’ll leave in July, but I’m focused on Tigre at this stage. I want to play and score and wish for the club to fare well.”

Retegui is dealing with a knee problem but should come back soon. He has bagged 8 goals in 13 appearances across all competitions. If he keeps up his production, he’ll most likely be called up by Roberto Mancini for the Euro qualifiers in June. The 23-year-old was quizzed on the matter.

“I would try to do my best, should I be part of the squad. Otherwise, I will support the team from here.”

According to TuttoSport, Inter have frequently talked with his entourage and obtained some sort of priority on his transfer. They will be informed of the other offers. Eintracht Frankfurt are currently pursuing him with the most vigor since Randal Kolo Mouani might join a top team in the summer.

The Nerazzurri have no technical reservations about Retegui. On the other hand, the Champions League qualification and some exits are pivotal to determining their budget. They can lodge a formal offer just yet. His price tag is reportedly €20M at the moment. Tigre and Boca Juniors need to settle their co-ownership first.

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