Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been linked with a move to Inter Milan – but any move could hinge on the January future of Argentina World Cup winner Lautaro Martinez.

The 25-year-old striker is hot property in Serie A and has been extensively linked with a host of top clubs in the Premier League, with a £52m price tag previously attached to his name.

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According to the latest reports in Italy, Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos could be a potential replacement for Martinez at Inter with the Colombian’s agent reportedly discussing Alfie at a recent meeting.

With the Rangers striker’s contract up at the end of the season, Alfredo Morelos is free to discuss terms with Inter or anyone else and according to reports the striker has been offered to the Italian giants by representative Alejandro Camano.

Alfredo Morelos linked with Inter Milan

According to Sportsmediaset, Camano is also the agent of Lautaro Martinez and as he tries to negotiate an exit away from Inter Milan for the Argentine, Alfredo Morelos is mooted as a potential solution.

The 26-year-old Rangers striker may well be readying an exit in the summer after a downturn in Ibrox form in recent seasons and six years in Glasgow.

Inter Milan would be a surprise destination for many but Alfredo Morelos does have quality when he is focused and it would be interesting to see the striker rock up at the Italian outfit.

It’s not the first club who’ve been linked to Alfie in recent weeks either, with Mexican outfit Tigres also said to be monitoring the player’s situation ahead of a potential switch back to Latin America.

Rangers too remain an option but speaking at the club’s most recent AGM chairman Douglas Park appeared to suggest the player’s wage demands are beyond what the club want to pay.

Signing for a reported £1m from HJK Helsinki in 2017, Alfredo Morelos has made 252 appearances for Rangers, scoring 115 goals and laying on 55 assists.

Speaking of Ibrox exits, it could be the end of the line for once-promising Rangers forward Josh McPake.

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