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    Quote Originally Posted by acroMacho View Post
    Perhaps you are a moron.
    I can assure you that I am not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acroMacho View Post
    Perhaps you are a moron. There is something called development and that's why we wanted to send Radu elsewhere, because you need to play games in order to get better. And he is young, so why waste his potential not playing him. Radu is clearly better than Padelli.
    Have you seen let's say even 10 matches from both keepers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    Have you seen let's say even 10 matches from both keepers?
    I would say I have seen the same amount of matches of both keepers... which is like 4. The thing is, Padelli haven't play more and I refuse to count his games in Torino. I have seen few games of Radu as well + some highlights.
    From what I have seen, Radu is far better goalkeeper, he is not that good with his technique like passing, but he makes good saves. I doubt Radu would make so much mistakes as Padelli has.
    It is possible that Padelli was at the same level of goalkeeper at his times in Torino, but today it doesn't matter.

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    Tuttomercatoweb linking us and Chelsea to Udinese and Argentina goalkeeper Juan Musso. Udinese bought Musso from Racing Club for just €4m in the summer of 2018. Last year, he received his first senior cap for Argentina.

    Radu`s agent confirmed he will be back at Inter in summer.
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    Corriere dello Sport: Inter may include Romanian shot stopper Ionut Radu in the deal for Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso.

    The report details how the Nerazzurri are searching for a long-term replacement to captain Samir Handanovic. The 35-year-old Slovenian shot stopper will still be Inter’s number one next season, but the Milanese club know they need to start working on a replacement now, similar to what Juventus did with Gianluigi Buffon and Wojciech Szczęsny.

    The price for Musso would be €20 million, the report continues. Inter may include youth product Radu in the deal, as the player still hasn’t reached their expectations yet. The 25-year-old Udinese goalkeeper, who is contracted to the Friulian club until 2023, has made 27 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2430 minutes. In that time, he’s conceded 38 goals and kept nine clean sheets.
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    Juan Musso’s agent Vicente Montes has shared his belied that his client is ready to take the next step in his career and join a top club such as Inter.
    The Argentine national team goalkeeper has been one of the most consistent goalkeepers in Serie A since his arrival at Udinese and he has drawn links to both Inter and AC Milan among other clubs in recent weeks.
    In an interview with FCInterNews.it, Montes has shared why he thinks Musso is ready to make the leap.
    “I think he is and I will explain why. Juan’s qualities as a goalkeeper are obvious and obvious to everyone. In additiona to these qualities he is an exemplary professional. This is what makes great players different, their mentality. Musso has this and that is required for this role and to be at a top club.”
    He was then asked if his client would expect to start at Inter over current number one goalkeeper Samir Handanovic should he join the Nerazzurri.
    “He wouldn’t expect anything, no player has the right to play. It is what they do on the field that must determine who deserves it.
    “Juan admires Handanovic as a goalkeeper and as a professional and if they were in the same squad Musso would fight for his place. I assure you that he would always fight whilst admiring and being respectful of Handanovic.
    “He would definitely try and learn from the Slovenian and try to improve day by day. Imagine how strong the team would be with a super experienced goalkeeper in Handanovic and then a young keeper like Musso.”
    Next Montes was asked if he has held any talks with Inter over his client and what he thinks of clubs being interested in the shot-stopper.
    “No, but even if I had obviously I wouldn’t say it. In any case, I assure you that there are several clubs that have inquired about Juan across Europe. It is normal that he is followed due to his quality and because he is young.”
    In conclusion, Montes was asked if his client his happy at Udinese and admitted that it is unknown what will happen in the coming months.
    “Juan has a contract with Udinese and is very happy with the Bianconeri club. We have not planned a move, nor will we push for it. Everything is uncertain, who knows what the market will look like in the coming months.”


    If price is 25mln, I would take it already, not waiting next year...

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    Inter and AC Milan both interested in Sporting's Maximiano

    AC Milan and Inter are both following 21-year-old Sporting goalkeeper Lus Maximiano, according to a report from Portuguese newspaper O Jogo via Calciomercato.com today.

    The report details how the Rossoneri consider Maximiano a credible player to replace Italian shot stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma, who seems destined to leave this summer. The 21-year-old Italian’s contract expires with Milan at the end of next season and so far, a contract renewal does not seem close. Chelsea are interested in bringing Donnarumma to London and have prepared a large contract to tempt him, a five-year deal worth €8 million a season.

    Maximiano has impressed with Sporting this season, the report continues. The 21-year-old has made 23 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2063 minutes. In that time, he has conceded 30 goals and kept seven clean sheets. Inter are also interested in the Portuguese shot stopper as a backup and potential future replacement for club captain Samir Handanovic.
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    Inter are also interested in the Portuguese shot stopper as a backup and potential future replacement for club captain Samir Handanovic.
    How many of these have we got now? We own Brazao and Radu, and we're supposedly interested in Musso and Meret. Maybe even Donnarumma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoramG View Post
    How many of these have we got now? We own Brazao and Radu, and we're supposedly interested in Musso and Meret. Maybe even Donnarumma.

    Gianluigi Donnarumma Age 21 Height,m 1,96 Market Value,mln 55
    Samir Handanovič Age 35 Height,m 1,93
    Gabriel Brazo Age 19 Height,m 1,92 Market Value,mln 2
    Juan Musso Age 25 Height,m 1,91 Market Value,mln 15
    Andrii Lunin Age 21 Height,m 1,91 Market Value,mln 3
    Alex Meret Age 23 Height,m 1,90 Market Value,mln 35
    Lus Maximiano Age 21 Height,m 1,90 Market Value,mln 3
    Ionut Radu Age 22 Height,m 1,88 Market Value,mln 12
    Luigi Sepe Age 28 Height,m 1,85 Market Value,mln 5

    Judging by the YouTube videos, the most solid of them is Musso!

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    Youtube should be the last place you judge a goalkeeper by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brehme1989 View Post
    Youtube should be the last place you judge a goalkeeper by.
    Why not? For many years of watching football, you begin to understand level of player by their movements, which balls they can take...

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    Oblak is prob my fav keeper right now aside from Handa, def would be great to see him replace Handa in the future although judging by how he is performing i see Samir still being here at least the next 2 years as a starter.

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    As things are standing now, Inter see Musso as replacement for Handanovic (but this summer is not the time yet, Handa can still deliver). For this reason, he will be let to continue playing regularly and we`ll get Sepe as backup.

    Inter are looking for a backup to starting goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and have identified a new potential option in Serie A, according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sky Sports Italia earlier today. The report details how the Nerazzurri have identified Parma goalkeeper Luigi Sepe as a potential option to fill the whole left behind by the departure of Daniele Padelli.

    The 28-year-old Italian shot stopper, who is currently on loan at Parma from Napoli, is contracted to the Partenopei until 2022. He has made 22 appearances so far this season for the Crusaders, for a total of 1980 minutes. In that time, he’s conceded 28 goals and secured five clean sheets.

    There is a reason that the Nerazzurri are looking for an alternative to Udinese number one Juan Musso, the report continues. The 25-year-old Argentine shot stopper, who is contracted to the Friulian club until 2023, wants to be a regular starter and not sit on the bench all season, despite the fact that he would be the heir to Samir Handanovic’s throne.
    FcInterNews reports that Inter could move for Sepe and agree to loan Ionut Andrei Radu to the Ducali for all of next season in a loan swap deal. Ka-ching! LOAN swap with Radu would be optimal, as he could continue to play regularly and grow, instead of eating bench here.
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    Luigi Sepe would be a very solid Handanovic backup. He has been great for Parma this season.
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    Sepe is a must.
    If Handa gets another injury or has a dip in form, we need a solid backup, enough of Padellis, Bernis.

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    If we spend money on Sepe, then we've got to rotate him into the team when we're playing in the Coppa, Europa, the Lecce's, etc.

    Padelli was always solid prior to him moving, he was the starter for Torino. But if you don't play for years then obviously you're going to end up shit.
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    Sepe linked to Napoli in case Milan buy Meret as Donnarumma replacement.

    'Sepe could return to Napoli'

    Luigi Sepe’s agent has confirmed that the Parma goalkeeper could re-join Napoli. “Gattuso really likes him for his characteristics.” Sepe was born in Naples and spent his entire career with the Partenopei before moving to Parma on a permanent basis last summer.

    However, Napoli could be in need of a new shot-stopper as Alex Meret continues to be linked with replacing Gianluigi Donnarumma at Milan.

    “I won’t rule it out and I don't think it’s impossible if Meret leaves because Gattuso really likes him for his characteristics,” Mario Giuffredi told Radio Marte.

    “He preferred Ospina to Meret because he’s better with his feet and Sepe has similar characteristics. Everyone knows Sepe’s quality. [Him going back] would be the easiest thing and they know they have a guarantee in him. They know everything about him as a person.

    “I won’t rule it out, but he also has many admirers in Italy and abroad. He’s one of the five best Italian goalkeepers.”
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    Musso 'motivated' by Inter reports

    Udinese goalkeeper Juan Musso is pleased to be of interest to clubs such as Inter. ‘It motivates me, regardless of how things end up.’

    The Argentina international is seen as a potential heir to Samir Handanovic, while there have also been reports linking him with Manchester United.

    “The transfer market for goalkeepers has changed in recent years and the prices paid for players in this role have gone up,” Musso told TNT Sports.

    “I remained concentrated day after day, achieving good results. It’s very pleasing to hear about interest from Inter and it motivates me, regardless of how things end up.

    “I have great affection for Udinese, but Inter is a club with such a strong history in world football and it’s exciting just facing them as an opponent.”

    The 26-year-old is under contract with the Friulani until June 2023 and was snapped up from Racing Club Avellaneda for just €4m in 2018. Musso is expected to command a price-tag of at least €20m over the summer.
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    We are interested in another Greek. This time a GK called Nikolas Botis who is 16 years old.
    Last year a move to Milan was stopped (not sure if from Milan or the kid's family) but the kid has mad potential and he will pursue a move abroad soon. Might as well be us.
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