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04/12/2018 - 13:27 BST

Inter Settle On Asking Price For Crystal Palace, Everton and West Ham Linked Striker

 




Inter have identified the price at which to sell Crystal Palace, Everton and West Ham target Gabigol in January in order not to incur a loss on the transaction.

The Nerazzurri are ready to let the Brazilian leave in the January transfer window when he returns from his loan stint at Santos.




Inter signed the striker from Santos for big money in 2016, but he struggled to make an impact before he was loaned out to Benfica a year later.

However, after a return of one goal from five games, he returned to Inter in January this year before being immediately loaned out to Santos.

 


The Nerazzurri are keen to sell the player in January and, according to Italian daily Tuttosport, Inter are hoping to receive a fee of around €20m in order to balance the books.

It has been claimed that if sold at that figure, Inter would not have to take incur any kind of loss on Gabigol.


His agent has been in talks with clubs in Premier League over a move for Gabigol and West Ham, Everton and Crystal Palace have shown an interest.

The formula being discussed is an initial loan deal for the striker with his suitors reserving an option to make the move permanent at the end of the season.