INTER MAKE SANCHEZ NUMBER ONE TARGET YET AGAIN

Serie A giant are targeting a return to elite European football so they want the best legs to help them.


The club reportedly wants Arsenal’s playmaker Alexis Sanchez so bad that they have made him the number one target yet again despite previous attempts to lure the player failing.

The club is backed by wealthy Suning Group so they are willing to flex their financial muscles to lure Paris St Germain talent Marco Verratti and Marquinhos as well.

Inter Milan badly want to replicate the successes they were known for in the past. The 2010 World Cup champions were even rumoured to be interested in attempting a near impossible – luring five-time Ballon d’Or champ Lionel Messi away from the Nou Camp. Interim manager Stefano Pioli allegedly killed such pipe dream but top football news source Corriere dello Sport claim that the light has been refocused on landing arguably the best Premier League player this term Sanchez next summer. Continue reading “INTER MAKE SANCHEZ NUMBER ONE TARGET YET AGAIN”

INTER MILAN WANT JAMES RODRIGUEZ

Serie A giant Inter Milan have reportedly sent scouts to watch James Rodriguez of Real Madrid as the Spanish sides take on Sporting in the Champions League.


Calciomercato reports that Inter sent Mario Corso to get a report on two prospects Rodriguez and Sporting Clube de Portugal’s Gelson Martins. Both players are the targets for the Milan-based outfit next season.

The Suning Group – owners of Inter – have pencilled Rodriguez as one of the club’s top target as they seek to rebuild the team. Reports in Italy say the club is willing to add one of two top stars to the squad, and the Columbia international gets the nod as he has been on their target list for long. Inter made a last minute bid of €85 million for the player on the transfer deadline last summer but the player refused to agree to the move. With Rodriguez dropping in Coach Zinedine Zidane’s priority list at the Bernabeu, he might be forced to agree to a move away from Madrid at the end of the season.   Continue reading “INTER MILAN WANT JAMES RODRIGUEZ”

INTER MILAN WANT LEIVA TO REPLACE BROZOVIC

Italian club Inter Milan are hoping to convince Liverpool to allow the transfer of Lucas Leiva to serve as replacement for Marcelo Brozovic who is set to join Juventus, according to reports.


Leiva is the longest serving player at Anfield, garnering up to 315 appearances for the Reds. The 29-year old player’s future has been cast in doubt following the numerous additions to the squad this summer, meaning the Brazilian would have to compete for the more favoured player this season. Inter Milan are hoping to use this as bait to sign Leiva.

Leiva has not signed a renewal as his contract with the club enters its final year. The same Marcelo Brozovic is a target for Liverpool in a bid to reinforce the defence. However, Corriere dello Sport reports that Juventus would splash £21 million in the next few days to sign the player.

Leiva has only played for two clubs all this life with his youth training in Brazil with Gremio and his switch to Liverpool in 2007. He has admirers like Turkish giant Galatasaray interested. A member of the board of Galatasaray, Levent Nazifoglu confirmed that the club is in talks with Liverpool in a bid to sign him. On the other hand, Inter Milan want to add the player to bolster the ranks as they are almost done with the transfer of Joao Mario from Sporting Lisbon for £39 million. The deal is reported to be a loan with an option to but if the play maker impresses. Continue reading “INTER MILAN WANT LEIVA TO REPLACE BROZOVIC”

INTER MILAN TO LIKELY FINISH IN TOP THREE IN THE SERIE A

Italian giants, FC Internazionale Milano have kept alive their hopes of finishing in the top three in Serie A with a 3-1 home victory against Udinese over the weekend.

Cyril Thereau stunned the San Siro by putting the visitors ahead early on, but the brace from Stevan Jovetic turned the game on its head and Eder added a third goal in injury time. Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic produced a brilliant save to deny Duvan Zapata and preserve his side’s advantage after losing their previous game to Genoa.


Thereau who just reached 33 years, opened the scoring after nine minutes. Emmanuel Badu matched a pass from inside the centre circle and Thereau took it brilliantly, striking the ball first time on the volley from just inside the penalty area as it dropped over his shoulder. Inter Milan responded well and Udinese keeper Orestis Karnezis had to push away a fierce shot from 23-year old midfielder, Geoffrey Kondogbia. Continue reading “INTER MILAN TO LIKELY FINISH IN TOP THREE IN THE SERIE A”