Inter’s accounts remain bad and with the permanence of Suning it is very likely the sale of at least one other big player in the next summer transfer market
Contract renewals, from Lautaro Martinez already official to the upcoming ones of Stretcher and managers (Marotta in the lead) – waiting for news on Brozovic – they must not ‘deceive’: the economic situation of theInter it remains very serious, serious. If really then Suning, in practice an owner without the possibility of spending (but even just making capital increases) should remain at the helm, here is that in the next transfer market session Simone Inzaghi and the Inter fans would surely see at least one other of the team’s big players leave.
In this sense, the biggest suspects remain the big foreigners, from the aforementioned Lautaro up to Cabinet e the free. For the possible farewell of the latter, according to rumors of a few weeks ago, it seems that his agent Mino is already at work Raiola. The goal was to find a large buyer abroad, in this case in Premier. Big and rich, we talk about the new entry Newcastle Saudi Arabia license plate, so that the Dutchman’s current salary – 3.8 million euros against a contract expiring in June 2023 – can rise, if not even double.
Who in place of de Vrij? According to ‘interlive.it’ he, Raiola, could always think about it in the most classic way for a prosecutor: to propose one of his clients. The name, difficult to say, may be that of Pantelis Chatzidiakos.
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Although recently subjected to a few too many injuries, the Greek class of ’97 is good at setting up and could enter Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 without major problems. Az Alkmaar, to which it is contractually linked until June 2024, may want no more than 7/8 million euros for Chatzidiakos’s card, who in any case would hardly be taken into consideration by Inter, at least for the possible legacy of a player as strong and important as de Vrij.