- Sep 8, 2020
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- Chino Recoba
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Calciomerato: As previously mentioned, Inter will raise for Gleison Bremer. From 30 to 35 plus bonuses and the loan of the young Cesare Casadei. This is to bring the last filtered proposal that Juventus should present to the Bianconeri closer. From today's summit, with the Juve management arriving in Milan to meet that of Turin, a maxi proposal should arrive that will also exceed 45 million with bonuses. An offer that the bianconeri want to place immediately as indispensable to close the question for the great goal in defense as soon as possible. At that point Inter would go to take Nikola Milenkovic, but untied from the farewell of Milan Skriniar but always keep an eye on Juve: at 15 million the bianconeri could make an offer to take the Serbian as third in the department and thus complete the package with Bonucci and one between Gatti and Rugani, with the first favorite.Let's go back to posting about Bremer.
The long term perspective under Suning is the one of a selling club. Sign promising youngsters, develop them and sell them on a profit. That's our future under Suning.Yeah, it's probably done, huge fail on marotta and co part and especially suning.
But looking at the bigger picture even if we got him, we would have still sold skriniar, so I don't even know what kind of long term perspective we are looking at here. If juve starts waking up, and they already are, this whole league will be fucked for another ten years, just because everyone else's owners are almost nonexistent compared to theirs. Until we get better owners, this whole shit is a windmill fight and looking for juve to slip again for another one or two years so we or milan can count on scuddetto.
I v said a couple of weeks ago with our finances we have maybe only one more year until juve catches up with us, with this deal imo they are already there. Still think we can give them a fight next season, but after that if everything remains the same they will be light years ahead of everyone, again...