Inter to sell Brozovic or Joao Mario to make way for another star player. Ramires? Arriving end of November
The Chinese government will continue to have a rigid control in terms of investment abroad according to the Gazzetta dello Sport. The overall theme of the recent 19th Congress of the Communist Party of China is no wasteful spending and it has been communicated by Chinese president Xi Jinping.
“In this sense, Suning will continue to be ‘political prudent’ for the January transfer market. Investing in January, however, could increase the team’s ambitions, enhancing the current squad and allowing Sabatini and Ausilio to sell in June. Last summer, the club had to undersell some of the players like Jovetic, Kondogbia, Medel and several other youngsters but when a team ended in seventh place the year before, there was not much that Inter can do.”
For the potential sale, one of Joao Mario and Brozovic could be on their way out because selling one star player will make way for another coming in.
“The arrival of Ramires is ready (on loan from Jiangsu) as the player could arrive at the end of November to begin the ‘schooling’ process with Spalletti,” reported by the Gazzetta dello Sport.