Inter have revealed that they will have to hand over almost €14m to Porto if they opt to keep Fredy Guarin.
The Colombian international joined the Nerazzurri in January and he finally made his debut last weekend following his struggles with injury.
“The option to sign Guarin outright is set at €13.5m,” Beneamata technical director Marco Branca told O Jogo. “That is the fee agreed with Porto.
“We’re very pleased with Guarin so far and he did well in his debut against Genoa on Sunday. However, there is some time to go before we decide whether or not to keep the player.”
The midfielder was also targeted by Juventus during the winter window, but the Old Lady opted instead to sign Simone Padoin from Atalanta.
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