A puzzle to complete, pieces to put in place as soon as possible in order for Inter to be able to fully fight for the second star
A puzzle to complete, pieces to put in place as soon as possible in order for Inter to be able to fully fight for the second star. Alfredo Pedulla reports to Sportitalia the Nerazzurri on market strategies, between exits and entrances. Starting with the farewell, the sales of three important names could bring in around €100m in cash, vital to fund upcoming coups and thus complete the squad available to Simone Inzaghi. We are talking about Onana, whose sale (Manchester United) would give Inter 60 million euros (including bonuses), to which we can then add the names of Gosens and Brozovic, respectively in the scenes of Wolfsburg / Union Berlin / Bonmouth and Al. Nasr / Barcelona. These last two names could earn the Nerazzurri another 40 million (18 Gosens and 22 Brozovic). And here we come to the next strikes.
Oh yeah, because with such income Inter certainly won’t stand by and watch. The names are already ready in case the above names are gone. In Target, for example, Trubin from Shakhtar Donetsk is very popular, it expires in 2024 and can be bought for 12-15 million euros. It’s the first target for today’s goal. On the other hand, Gosens’ potential replacement has already been picked for some time: it’s Carlos Augusto, also with a valuation of 15 million. Then we come to the midfield, where Vratesi is so popular, that Inter could bring him to Milan for 30 million plus Mulatiri (seeded 10).
Finally, Lukaku: his redemption from Chelsea is also part of Inter’s strategy. In fact, barring a change of plans by the Blues, it is difficult to think of another loan: thus, part of the money generated from the sale of Onana could be reinvested to redeem the Belgian player for around 30 million euros. Total 90. Not like fear, but like Inter hope to always be stronger. And at the same time to bring in more cash.
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