Reports say that Milan and Inter have formed an agreement to not raise their bids further for Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
The San Siro rivals are locked in a bidding war for the 22-year-old and are also believed to be fighting against each other for Marseille’s Giannelli Imbula.
La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported today that Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani had a telephone call with Nerazzurri sporting director Marco Fassone yesterday about the deals and that an agreement was reached.
This is believed to be that the two clubs’ offers for the Monaco player are not raised further and that the Rossoneri will not chase Inter targets Imbula and Miranda while they are working towards Kondogbia.
The newspaper believes that Galliani will be in Montecarlo today to negotiate a deal and that Inter’s bid currently stands at €27m and Milan’s offer is €25m.
However, the French club value Kondogbia at €35m and reportedly do not want to lower the asking price, with Juventus and Arsenal also believed to be monitoring the situation.