Bayern Munich offer Inter Milan £11m for Ivan Perisic to make his stay in Germany permanent after starring on one-year loan deal
- Ivan Perisic signed a one-year loan deal with Bayern Munich from Inter Milan
- Bayern are now looking to offer the 31-year-old a permanent deal this summer
- They have tabled an offer of £11million, but it is believed that Inter will reject it
- Inter are holding out for their asking price of £13m for the Croatia international
Bayern Munich have offered Inter Milan £11million for Ivan Perisic after he impressed at the Allianz Arena on loan this season.
The Bavarian giants previously moved for Perisic, spending £4.6m on his loan deal, after failing to seal transfers for top targets Callum Hudson-Odoi and Leroy Sane.
The European champions now want to sign the 31-year-old permanently this summer but the Italian giants are likely to reject their offer as it is believed they are demanding at least £13m for the Croatia International.
Bayer Munich have offered Inter Milan £11million for Ivan Perisic who impressed on loan
According to Sky Sport Italia, an initial £11m deal has been tabled as Karl-Heinz Rummenigge leads the negotiations.
It is believed that Inter CEO Bette Marotta will reject the offer and hold out until their asking price is met.
Bayern paid £4.6m to take Perisic for the season and now hope to sign him permanently
Perisic has spent four years at Inter Milan and reached the 2018 World Cup final with Croatia
The pair will continue to communicate as they work towards manufacturing a deal that suits everyone.
Having Perisic previously spent time in the Bundelsiga with Borussia Dortmund between 2011 and 2013 before joining Wolfsburg until his departure for Milan in 2015, Bayern at keen to extend his stay in Germany.
The winger also scored in the 2018 World Cup final as Croatia lost 4-2 to France in Russia, and has 26 goals in 88 international appearances.