Valencia director general Mateu Alemany is in Italy to discuss Jeison Murillo, but Inter want a loan with obligation to buy.
The Spanish club are believed to be close to a deal for the centre-back, though the Nerazzurri are delaying any deal until they can find a replacement.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Alemany is in Milan today to try and get a deal done, but there’s an obstacle in the form of the structure of the deal.
While Los Che are keen for a loan with option to buy, the Beneamata want more certainty and are demanding an obligation to buy.
It’s still thought to be likely that the deal will be concluded in the coming days, with Murillo set to leave San Siro after two season.
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