Fernando Llorente is heating up as plan B, asking €3m in two-year contract
There is a plan B that has become more and more popular in the last few hours. In fact, Fernando Llorente no longer seems to be just a backup plan for Inter executives. The Spanish forward is liked very much by Antonio Conte who coached him previously at Juventus and managed to get the best out of the 1985-born striker.
The player is currently out of contract and through his brother-agent, Jesus Llorente, he is asking for two-year deal worth €3m net per season: an important figure but certainly in the realm of reality and availability at Inter.
And so if Roma continue to asking for crazy figure for Edin Dzeko, Inter could really turn to Llorente. But he is second in line after Conte’s top priority which is Romelu Lukaku.