Inter Milan are desperate to sign a £50 million Man City target in January, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Inter Milan are now very interested in signing Tajon Buchanan, a Manchester City target, in the January transfer window.
Fabrizio Romano believes this.
So, what’s the latest on Tajon Buchanan, a Manchester City target? Let us have a look…
Tajon Buchanan status report
Manchester City, according to the Daily Star, are hoping to recruit the Canada international this winter.
Buchanan is expected to quit if a £50 million deal is made, given he only has 18 months left on his contract.
Manchester City will now face competition from Inter Milan, who are scheduled to begin talks with Club Brugge soon.
The dependable Romano stated on X (formerly known as Twitter): “Tajon Buchanan, priority target for Inter to cover that (right side) position — not an easy deal with Club Brugge, but Inter will make contact with parties involved soon.”
So far this season, the Club Brugge No.17 has three goals and four assists in 20 games.
Manchester City are unquestionably the favourites over Inter Milan.
For a variety of reasons, we believe the treble winners can easily outbid Inter Milan for Buchanan’s signature.
To begin with, both teams’ financial conditions are incomparable.
Manchester City is one of the richest clubs in the world, yet Inter Milan has battled financially in recent years, with The New York Times describing the situation as a “rolling financial crisis” at the San Siro.
Despite winning Serie A, Inter Milan were obliged to sell Achraf Hakimi, Romelu Lukaku, and Antonio Conte in 2021, and they also sold Andre Onana last summer.
The Italian heavyweights will very certainly struggle to reach Club Brugge’s £50 million asking price; even if Inter Milan were to find a way, Manchester City would still have an advantage for sporting reasons, given the club’s treble-winning reputation.
Keep a watch on the scenario concerning Buchanan since anything might happen.