Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala is ready to offer Inter 35 million euros for Samuel Eto’o, offering the player a four-year deal worth €20m per annum in a spending spree that will cost them 115 million euros in total, Goal.com Italy understands.
Inter is reportedly trying to offload some of its highest earners this summer and Eto’o is being eyed by Anzhi, who are looking to flex its financial muscle.
Last week, Goal.com revealed how Manchester City and Inter were studying ways to work a deal for the striker.
Goal.com has now learned negotiators for the Russian outfit are expected in Milan yesterday to make its offer directly to Inter president Massimo Moratti, as it joins the race for the Cameroon star.
No expenses will be spared as the first offer will be worth 35 million euros to the Italian club, in an attempt from the Russians to convince Moratti to part company with the man he signed from Barcelona in 2009.
The player will be enticed with a four-year contract offer which pays 20 million euros a year, more than double his current €8m terms at San Siro.
Part of the income will then be used to spend on Genoa’s Juraj Kucka, who coach Gian Piero Gasperini wants in his midfield.
Kucka has been booked in by Inter as a target for next summer, but director Marco Branca is working on a deal to bring him during this transfer window.
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