The Ligue 1 outfit did not find the Nerazzurri’s bid “satisfactory”, meaning the in-demand 22-year-old could now end up elsewhere
Giannelli Imbula’s agent has revealed Marseille are unwilling to accept Inter’s “unsatisfactory” offer for the midfielder and are now courting other clubs.
The Nerazzurri reportedly want to pay €1 million to take the former Paris Saint-Germain youth team player on loan for next season – but with an obligation to make the transfer permanent next summer for an additional €19m.
Willy Ndagi, though, claims that Marseille are not happy with the proposed deal and could look elsewhere as they seek to cash in on his 22-year-old client.
“Inter are the team that moved first for Imbula and they are determined to sign the player,” the agent told Calciomercato.com.
“But, at the moment, that’s not enough. Their offer was unsatisfactory to Marseille.
“That’s why the French club is now taking other offers into consideration. We have been contacted by other clubs who will soon make concrete offers.”
Imbula, who was born in Belgium but who has been capped at youth level by France, made 37 appearances in Ligue 1 for Marseille last season, scoring twice and creating two goals in the process.