New Italian Serie A leaders Inter Milan could have sold defender Milan Skriniar if his suitors had met their asking price. Inter Milan were open to the idea of selling the Slovakian international centre back after a difficult first season under Antonio Conte in the last campaign but he has been able to recover from that difficult season to become an important member of the Inter Milan backline. Popular Italian transfer news portal Calciomercato stated that Inter Milan turned down a big bid of £30m for Milan Skriniar from Premier League outfit Milan Skriniar and that the defender is now valued at £50m at least after his recent renaissance in an Inter Milan shirt.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho wanted to sign Milan Skriniar at the start of this season but the club was not able to reach an agreement with Inter Milan despite offering £30m for the services of the Slovakian international player. Inter Milan wanted more money for Skriniar but Spurs were not willing to pay and the refusal to meet the financial demands of Inter Milan for their top defensive target has come back to bite the club. Continue reading “INTER MILAN VALUE DEFENDER AT £50m”
The last league game Juventus played attracted mixed feelings and reactions in terms of results and outcomes. The result of the tie against Sassuolo was a favorable one as Andrea Pirlo’s men ran out comfortable 3-1 winners over their Serie A rivals. However, one major issue of concern was some other outcome of the match.
Although they celebrated the victory, Juventus still left the pitch with some injury concerns to key players. There is no particular time that any club would want to wish for injuries on their players, especially the very important ones, but this is the worst moment for clubs to bemoan their players getting injured. This is because it is that time of the season when games begin to come in thick and fast and the coach would love to have every member of the whole squad fit. Continue reading “JUVENTUS SET TO WELCOME BACK TWO FIRST-TEAM STARS FOR INTER TIE”
After a woeful performance in the first half against Torino in what was looking like a game to be lost, Inter Milan made a solid comeback against their Serie A rivals to come back from two goals behind and secure a remarkable 4-2 victory.
Torino took the lead in the first half, finally finding the back of the net after numerous counterattacks against Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan. One would think the former Chelsea boss would make changes to the team he started in the match in the hunt for a positive result in the encounter, but he stuck with his eleven.
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Manchester City have reportedly joined the chase for Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez. Having been cleared of financial wrongdoing the club is hoping to replace Leroy Sane that joined Bayern Munich recently. Coach Pep Guardiola sees Martinez as an ideal forward to join City, boosting the options in the wings and possibly be the long term replacement for Sergio Aguero.
Lautaro remains the top target for Barcelona this summer. The La Liga side agreed with Inter to break off talks regarding the switch as it was impacting the form of the player, per reports. Both sides would resume talks at the end of the season.
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In an interview to ESPN, Mark Viduka revealed his reason for quitting the Australian football team. He blames his fellow teammates for undermining him and Lucas Neill for his sulking captaincy. The team has performed exceptionally well in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, but in the Asian Cup held after one year, they performed poorly. They were the favourites of the tournament but were knocked off in the quarter finals against Japan.
He accuses the teammates on being selfish and destroying the unity of the team. He says most of his colleagues were interested in the deals offered by different companies and their rights to the television market. Viduka was fed up with the attitude of his teammates and he says it was the main reason for him to quit the national team. The team members were more interested in deals rather than playing for the team.
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Inter Milan might consider letting go of the in demand striker Lautaro Martinez if Barcelona is willing to offer up to three players in return. If reports in Mundo Deportivo are to be believed, Inter wants Carles Alena and Arthur Melo, who are on loan at Real Betis in this situation. Jean Clair Todibo is also on loan to Schalke. The reports also add that if Inter Milan loses Martinez who has 19 goals and 31 appearances for the country and their club, Barcelona is prepared to let go of two men shortlisted to replace him.
The options from which Chelsea could get to pick out are Olivier Giroud and Atalanta’s Duvan and Zapata. Antonia Conte’s side might want to buy both players. The Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez has a very crisp record of 19 wins out of the 31 matches for club and his country. He’s been the centre of attention for Barcelona ahead of the summer transfer window. Inter Milan is certain to ask for three players from Barcelona in exchange for the Argentinian forward.
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As AC Milan continue to slug through the muds of the Serie A midtable while their local rivals, c are battling with Juventus at the other end for the ultimate prize, one or two positives continue to be recorded at the Black and Red side of Milan.
Theo Hernandez who recently kicked off his AC Milan career has caught the attention of anyone following Italian football. The left-back currently doubles at the team’s joint top scorer and although the praises have not ceased in flowing in, Alessandro Costacurta says the youngster must not allow any of the current good wills to carry him away.
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If you want to rebuild, you need new tools. Sometimes, even a new engineer. Inter Milan has the latter but needs to keep fine tuning the former till they get what they want.
At times, you may not even go out of your way to get the most expensive of tools. Sometimes the ones your neighbors deem surplus to their requirement may just do the job.
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Inter Milan addition Alexis Sanchez was off to a decent start in the Serie A as he came on in the 79th minute against Udinese. The Chilean was playing against his former club and he made quite a good contribution, going close before the goalkeeper denied him.
He was a much more popular figure at the Emirates for Arsenal but he was way below par for Manchester United after the switch. Earning the most in the Premier League brought more attention, expectations and scrutiny that worsened the situation.
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Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni has indicated that the recent omission of Mauro Icardi from the Copa America squad has nothing to do with his recent situation at Inter Milan. The marksman endured a difficult second half to the season with Inter where he was stripped from the captaincy and he thereafter refused to play for a brief period before making a comeback.
Speaking in a press conference, Scaloni said that the striker’s antics at the Nerazzurri did not play a part in the selection process but rather the decision was made based on the performance of the players in the national team pool. He said: “Seeing as there’s such a big pool of top players to choose from, it’s normal that there are doubts. Keeping everyone happy is difficult, especially for a national team.
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