London, March 14: Argentine wonder-kid Lautaro Martinez's agent has claimed that his client has rejected offers from the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United etc and instead choose to sign for Italian powerhouse Inter Milan in the Summer which is '90 percent' done.
As per recent reports, the youngster is set to join Inter this summer after a fee of around £22m was reportedly agreed for him.
Racing was thought to be keen on postponing the move until December so they can keep the forward for the rest of the Copa Libertadores, however with Inter keen on signing him this summer only it is now believed that the move will happen as soon as in the upcoming window.
And now while talking about his potential deal, his representative Beto Yaque has claimed that the in-demand striker will definitely be an Inter Milan player in Summer however in the process he rejected the likes of Manchester City, Atletico Madrid as well as Manchester United to name a few.
He told Espacio Acade: "Lautaro Martinez's move to Inter is practically 90 percent — there is just the medical and a few minor details.
"We had previously spoken to City's directors as well as other clubs, but if I had to list them, I would surely miss some out.
"Fiorentina, Monaco, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Roma and Manchester United have asked for information on Lautaro.
"There is no way his move to Inter will fall through, there is already an agreement with the directors. Atletico were interested but didn't make a concrete offer."
The 20-year-old has been drawing interest from all over the world after his superb last season with Argentine side Racing di Avellaneda where he scored nine goals. His scoring boots has continued to be developed further this season also as in his 14 appearances as of now he has managed 12 goals and 3 assists.
The forward also has been named in Argentina's squad for friendlies against Italy and Spain later this month ahead of the likes of Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi and is a serious contender of making it to the upcoming Russia World Cup.