Despite economic restrictions, Inter continue to try to please Spalletti with signings. The names...
Despite having economic restrictions, Inter continue to moving towards the possibility of a couple reinforcements in January. All done for Lisandro Lopez (loan around 540 thousand euros and option to buy is set at nine million) and Inter are working hard to deliver Ramires and Rafinha to Spalletti.
This is confirmed by the Gazzetta dello Sport which sums up the future movement of Ausilio and Sabatini.
“Let’s also not forget about Inter sending an intermediary to Seville and Madrid in an attempt to bring home one between Correa (former Sampdoria player) and Carrasco (Atletico Madrid) in an exchange of loan involving Joao Mario. For Rafinha, Barcelona have rejected the first offer of Inter for 15 million plus five in bonuses (loan with option to sign) but the feeling is that by early next week, a happy ending could arrive.
“Regarding Ramires, the player wants to go to Italy but there are two problems. First is that Jiangsu must have a replacement for Fabio Capello and the second is his wage of 10 million net per season. Thanks also to the continuous pressing of Sabatini on the Zhang family, in the end, this deal should also complete.”
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