Suning said no to Pastore in an operation that could cost 40 million euros

Suning said no to Pastore in an operation that could cost 40 million euros

According to Tuttosport, Suning was the last factor in completing the deal for Javier Pastore. But in the end, the Chinese owner of Inter said no because it would cost a total of 40 million or so to have Pastore on this team: seven million for loan (this is basically an advance payment), 25 million before June 30th. That plus the five to six million in wages, the total is very close to 40 million. Inter need to make important sales before June 30th to balance the budget.

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Source: Tuttosport

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