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Inter, Gazzetta: “The Nerazzurri are a construction site with the open market”

INTER, GAZZETTA- As Gazzetta reports today, the Inter team is a big work in progress, given that the sales have never arrived.

Inter, Gazzetta: “The Nerazzurri are a construction site with the open market”

“Wait« In Lecce we will be ready », says Inzaghi. The construction site must be fixed, put in order quickly. And maybe some remedy must also be found elsewhere, to complete a department that is missing a pawn. And that still risks losing its reference. The market is in the making, Inter thinks in the short term. The Skriniar knot is not yet untied and Inzaghi cannot be calm. Chelsea seems to have turned elsewhere, but from Paris they assure PSG will make a raise and the Nerazzurri itself does not rule out this possibility. Indeed, there are those who have already warned Inter of the possibility of a new French thrust. What will happen then? How will the property behave in the face of an offer that, possibly, will be less than the 70 million requested? That is the figure that the executives have set, already lower than the 80 at the beginning of June. But the law of the market is universal. And elsewhere they know well that Inter can be a territory that can be attacked in the coming days. These thoughts somehow also involve the locker room: ultimately, it’s not the best way to get closer to the championship. And here Inzaghi will have to be good, the management will also have to work in the coming days to put the boat in the water at best, in view of Lecce. It is obvious that Skriniar’s departure would be an unacceptable technical upheaval for Inzaghi. What’s more, now that Bremer has ended up elsewhere and that Inter has called out for Milenkovic, warning agent Ramadani ”.

Christian Marangio

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