- Jan 9, 2015
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I have a feeling if we sign anyone in January, it will be a lwb. Only a Vecino sale could make us go for a midfielder and i can't see us going for a forward as all of our current ones are expected to stay.Will this mean we go all-in for a striker who will be Dzeko his back-up? It seems strange we're not getting any replacement for Sensi, even though he never played. I'm hoping that this means we will use all our resources to get a striker.
Sensi is out hopefully vecino too.
I feel like he would work Great under limone ball.
Marotta can do some magic and get a year and half with option to buy.
Then it is a risk to let Sensi go. I know he didn't played much and was allmost non-existent but as Cafe mentioned in another threat we are lacking a ball-playing player from the bench. I was hoping that after the Atalanta game we realised we need a back-up for Dzeko.I have a feeling if we sign anyone in January, it will be a lwb. Only a Vecino sale could make us go for a midfielder and i can't see us going for a forward as all of our current ones are expected to stay.
I can foresee how Sensi will appear against Empoli, only to get himself injured 10 min later, and his move to Samp will be cancelled.The deal for Stefano Sensi to join Sampdoria appeared to be closed. However, as reported by FcInter1908.it, the Genoa representatives contacted the Nerazzurri management and asked them to share the player's salary obligation.
This has been rejected. The Milanese insist that the Bluchercchiati pay the midfielder the contract money due the Italian on his own. Until the lease expires.
The resource underlines that the transfer is not yet off the table. The sides will continue to discuss the matter. In the meantime, Sensi is likely to be included in Inter's cup tie with Empoli.