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  • Chelsea and Inter struggling to reach agreement over fee for Spanish star
  • Chelsea and Inter struggling to reach agreement over fee for Spanish star
    Inter Milan face an uphill battle to agree on a fee with Chelsea for Spain international Marcos Alonso, according to a recent report by the Daily Star.
    Alonso is struggling for playing time under Frank Lampard and was left out of his roster for tomorrow’s FA Cup tie versus Nottingham Forest.
    But the Blues remain reluctant to let the former Fiorentina defender depart and want double the amount of money Nerazzurri are prepared to offer.
    Antonio Conte purchased Alonso for the Blues during his time in charge, but a reunion at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium seems unlikely.
    Inter Milan will resume their Serie A season after the winter break when the club play Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo on Monday.
    They are thought to be searching for another left wing-back as experienced Kwadwo Asamoah continues to battle a knee problem.
    Antonio is widely reported to be seeking Arturo Vidal in midfield after pinpointing the Chilean as his ideal mid-season reinforcement.
    Like Alonso, Antonio has already worked with Vidal in a former job, coaching him for three campaigns at Juventus.
    Meanwhile, Barcelona are reportedly new favourites to secure the services of top Chelsea midfield target Dani Olmo.
    The 21-year-old Dinamo Zagreb playmaker has drawn numerous plaudits for his performances this term both in Croatia and in the UCL, leading a number of the continent’s top clubs to show an interest in landing him.
    Chelsea and United were said to be in a stronger position than the likes of Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Manchester City in the race to sign him but it now appears that Olmo’s former club Barcelona are in pole position.

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