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I really liked what I saw from that Colpani guy, no idea where he fits though, is he like an SS or just yet another run-of-the-mill IF...

Imo a lot will depend on selling Dumfries and for how much.
 

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Need to go:
Correa (ffs)
Sanchez (his speech suggests he's out in the summer)
Agoume (no spot for him)
Sensi (constantly unfit)
Cuadrado (no comment)
Audero (no reason to redeem him)
Klaassen (never made sense)
Radu (Bournemouth won't exercise the option)

Expendables
Dumfries (mostly to finance other moves, otherwise I'm okay with him staying, mostly because we'd need to buy two players in that position)
Arnautovic (would be hard to get a deal that doesn't fuck our books, wouldn't mind him staying as 5th option)
Asllani (loan or used as a piece for an upgrade, ie Colpani or another attempt to land Samardzic)
Buchanan (needs to go on loan to a Serie A team to get adjusted to the league. And find his position)
Bisseck (only for a loan move, would want to see him play more next season)
De Vrij (only if he truly wants out, otherwise I'd keep him around)
S. Esposito (loan or sell somewhere)
F. Esposito (another loan is warranted)
V. Carboni (I want to keep him and use him next season, but he's expendable unfortunately and could help us finance the summer budget)
F. Carboni (definitely out for a loan as there's no spot for him here with Dimarco and Carlos Augusto, but if we don't sign a backup LCB maybe we can use him as a last resort option to field Augusto as LCB more permanently)
Fontanarosa (needs to be loaned again, not doing great at Cosenza)


Assuming we can offload Correa (lol), Asllani (12m?), Agoume (8m?) and De Vrij (5m?) and we loan out Buchanan plus we let everyone else go, we're going to receive ~30m in transfer revenues to play with in the market and save ~30m in salaries [excluding Correa who's not included in this season's budget]
Then if we manage to offload Radu, sell Esposito, Salcedo, Satriano, Oristanio and Vanheusden, we can genuinely add another 25m, since at least Satriano and Oristanio can fetch us 8m each iirc.

We'd basically need a backup RWB, where we can actually recall Zanotti who should be able to be useful in a rotation with Dumfries and Darmian there, so exposure will be limited and controlled.
For backup GK, if Bento is not coming - and even if he is, I assume we'll loan him to some midtable Serie A team - I'd give Filip Stankovic a promotion to 2nd spot. He's good enough to play in some Coppa games, but the problem is that it's too early to tell if he can step up if Sommer gets injured for a run of few games.
There are a few decent GKs with expiring deals that we can consider. Outside Meret of course who I've no idea where he's going.
Ospina for one would probably like to be part of a great club in Europe before retiring. There's Matthew Ryan who I believe we tried to get in the past as backup. Keylor Navas may be another option for this role. There's Muslera and Consigli from other veterans and of course Diletta's boyfriend, Karius, should be open to a move to Serie A.
As long as Sommer is fit, we won't need anyone special backing him up, but at least someone serviceable that is better than Audero is required. And unfortunately, everyone I mention above is.

On the new midfielder, Colpani and Samardzic are sound options. I'd go for Colpani though, first of all because the toxicity that Samardzic's entourage brought might come around and bite us within the next 24 months if he's our player, and I think Colpani is a better Mkhitaryan replacement. Samardzic shares a lot of traits with Colpani, but also with Zielinski. I think Zielinski will be used a lot more in Hakan's role as well.
If they want something like 25m for him, Id' give them 15m + Asllani. I fear it'll be a lot more once the mercato opens and they see the crazy prices going around.
If we cannot land Colpani, I'd recall Fabbian.

Then we have a potential De Vrij sale, that'd open up a new CCB spot. We are onto Buongiorno, who's a solid option, but the demands are excessive. Perhaps we could throw in Carboni and get Fabbian back with our clause and add him there as well, to lower the transaction costs, whilst keeping return clauses open. But if Juric leaves, I'm not so sure it'd be a great idea to send the kids there. Bologna without Thiago Motta is also a question mark. And I wouldn't use Carboni for Colpani. I'd send Carboni to a higher pressure environment to "man up" and be ready for a Scudetto fighting attitude. Whether that's in a top 3 Portuguese side or top 3 Dutch side where he can showcase his offensive talent, or just a bigger Serie A side with demanding fans (Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma etc) is up to the management. I just don't want to see him waste another season in a club settled for mediocrity.

Then Sanchez is leaving, and we've already concluded the deal with Taremi. The club sees something in him, I don't know. He's talented for sure, he can score and create, but moving to a new league that's not typically carved open like the Portuguese league, or the low quality of most of the Asian national teams, is something risky. He has a good record in Europe, so that's at least a good sign. Not sure what to expect from him, but we're paying good money to have him over, so he better deliver.

I wouldn't consider Arnautovic leaving us. He loves it here, has no reason to leave, has already left Europe for money and came back so he got that out of his system and there's no Saudi clubs giving him money he cannot refuse lined up, so we're stuck with him next season as well and hopefully he has something to say at Piazza Duomo ~360 days from now.

So with ~50m to spend based on sales plus some assets to transfer, I reckon we can get both Colpani and Buongiorno. Not sure if that means no Bento, though. I'd honestly like to see him here, but we may use a Julio Cesar formula and get another club to have him while we settle for a year with a veteran we sign on a free.
If we also sell Dumfries, then that figure goes much higher, but I have no idea who we're looking at for the starting RWB spot.


So team could look like this:
GK
Sommer
veteran GK or Bento
Di Gennaro [club trained]

DF
Pavard
Bastoni [FIGC trained]
Acerbi [FIGC trained]
Buongiorno [FIGC trained]
Bisseck
Darmian [FIGC trained]
Carlos Augusto

WB
Dimarco [club trained]
Dumfries
Carlos Augusto
Zanotti [club trained]
Darmian

MC
Barella [FIGC trained]
Calhanoglu
Mkhitaryan
Zielinski [FIGC trained]
Frattesi [FIGC trained]
Colpani [FIGC trained]

FW
Lautaro Martinez
Thuram
Taremi
Arnautovic


so we won't have issues with the UEFA list either. And there's space for at least one more player, two if it's a club trained one like Valentin Carboni or Fabbian. Or Esposito maybe as 5th choice striker since I doubt we'll be pushing for another.
 
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Correa (ffs)
Sanchez (his speech suggests he's out in the summer)
Agoume (no spot for him)
Sensi (constantly unfit)
Cuadrado (no comment)
Audero (no reason to redeem him)
Klaassen (never made sense)
Radu (Bournemouth won't exercise the option)

Expendables
Dumfries (mostly to finance other moves, otherwise I'm okay with him staying, mostly because we'd need to buy two players in that position)
Arnautovic (would be hard to get a deal that doesn't fuck our books, wouldn't mind him staying as 5th option)
Asllani (loan or used as a piece for an upgrade, ie Colpani or another attempt to land Samardzic)
Buchanan (needs to go on loan to a Serie A team to get adjusted to the league. And find his position)
Bisseck (only for a loan move, would want to see him play more next season)
De Vrij (only if he truly wants out, otherwise I'd keep him around)
S. Esposito (loan or sell somewhere)
F. Esposito (another loan is warranted)
V. Carboni (I want to keep him and use him next season, but he's expendable unfortunately and could help us finance the summer budget)
F. Carboni (definitely out for a loan as there's no spot for him here with Dimarco and Carlos Augusto, but if we don't sign a backup LCB maybe we can use him as a last resort option to field Augusto as LCB more permanently)
Fontanarosa (needs to be loaned again, not doing great at Cosenza)


Assuming we can offload Correa (lol), Asllani (12m?), Agoume (8m?) and De Vrij (5m?) and we loan out Buchanan plus we let everyone else go, we're going to receive ~30m in transfer revenues to play with in the market and save ~30m in salaries [excluding Correa who's not included in this season's budget]
Then if we manage to offload Radu, sell Esposito, Salcedo, Satriano, Oristanio and Vanheusden, we can genuinely add another 25m, since at least Satriano and Oristanio can fetch us 8m each iirc.

We'd basically need a backup RWB, where we can actually recall Zanotti who should be able to be useful in a rotation with Dumfries and Darmian there, so exposure will be limited and controlled.
For backup GK, if Bento is not coming - and even if he is, I assume we'll loan him to some midtable Serie A team - I'd give Filip Stankovic a promotion to 2nd spot. He's good enough to play in some Coppa games, but the problem is that it's too early to tell if he can step up if Sommer gets injured for a run of few games.
There are a few decent GKs with expiring deals that we can consider. Outside Meret of course who I've no idea where he's going.
Ospina for one would probably like to be part of a great club in Europe before retiring. There's Matthew Ryan who I believe we tried to get in the past as backup. Keylor Navas may be another option for this role. There's Muslera and Consigli from other veterans and of course Diletta's boyfriend, Karius, should be open to a move to Serie A.
As long as Sommer is fit, we won't need anyone special backing him up, but at least someone serviceable that is better than Audero is required. And unfortunately, everyone I mention above is.

On the new midfielder, Colpani and Samardzic are sound options. I'd go for Colpani though, first of all because the toxicity that Samardzic's entourage brought might come around and bite us within the next 24 months if he's our player, and I think Colpani is a better Mkhitaryan replacement. Samardzic shares a lot of traits with Colpani, but also with Zielinski. I think Zielinski will be used a lot more in Hakan's role as well.
If they want something like 25m for him, Id' give them 15m + Asllani. I fear it'll be a lot more once the mercato opens and they see the crazy prices going around.
If we cannot land Colpani, I'd recall Fabbian.

Then we have a potential De Vrij sale, that'd open up a new CCB spot. We are onto Buongiorno, who's a solid option, but the demands are excessive. Perhaps we could throw in Carboni and get Fabbian back with our clause and add him there as well, to lower the transaction costs, whilst keeping return clauses open. But if Juric leaves, I'm not so sure it'd be a great idea to send the kids there. Bologna without Thiago Motta is also a question mark. And I wouldn't use Carboni for Colpani. I'd send Carboni to a higher pressure environment to "man up" and be ready for a Scudetto fighting attitude. Whether that's in a top 3 Portuguese side or top 3 Dutch side where he can showcase his offensive talent, or just a bigger Serie A side with demanding fans (Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma etc) is up to the management. I just don't want to see him waste another season in a club settled for mediocrity.

Then Sanchez is leaving, and we've already concluded the deal with Taremi. The club sees something in him, I don't know. He's talented for sure, he can score and create, but moving to a new league that's not typically carved open like the Portuguese league, or the low quality of most of the Asian national teams, is something risky. He has a good record in Europe, so that's at least a good sign. Not sure what to expect from him, but we're paying good money to have him over, so he better deliver.

I wouldn't consider Arnautovic leaving us. He loves it here, has no reason to leave, has already left Europe for money and came back so he got that out of his system and there's no Saudi clubs giving him money he cannot refuse lined up, so we're stuck with him next season as well and hopefully he has something to say at Piazza Duomo ~360 days from now.

So with ~50m to spend based on sales plus some assets to transfer, I reckon we can get both Colpani and Buongiorno. Not sure if that means no Bento, though. I'd honestly like to see him here, but we may use a Julio Cesar formula and get another club to have him while we settle for a year with a veteran we sign on a free.
If we also sell Dumfries, then that figure goes much higher, but I have no idea who we're looking at for the starting RWB spot.


So team could look like this:
GK
Sommer
veteran GK or Bento
Di Gennaro [club trained]

DF
Pavard
Bastoni [FIGC trained]
Acerbi [FIGC trained]
Buongiorno [FIGC trained]
Bisseck
Darmian [FIGC trained]
Carlos Augusto

WB
Dimarco [club trained]
Dumfries
Carlos Augusto
Zanotti [club trained]
Darmian

MC
Barella [FIGC trained]
Calhanoglu
Mkhitaryan
Zielinski [FIGC trained]
Frattesi [FIGC trained]
Colpani [FIGC trained]

FW
Lautaro Martinez
Thuram
Taremi
Arnautovic


so we won't have issues with the UEFA list either. And there's space for at least one more player, two if it's a club trained one like Valentin Carboni or Fabbian. Or Esposito maybe as 5th choice striker since I doubt we'll be pushing for another.
Good post. Although (and someone correct me if I’m wrong), Fabbian can only be bought back in the 2025 offseason for the pre-negotiate price. He wouldn’t be available to come back to us next season unless Bologna loan him is how I understand it.

Good point about Arnautovic. He’s not good enough to play a major role on the pitch, but we will find it near impossible to find a meaningful offset to his book value. He seems to have a net positive on the locker-room which is important for a bench play. Worth the money we paid to have him here? Obviously not but it’s circumstantial. 5th option in attack is fine.
 

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Wasn't certain on that since I recall something about having a different clause each summer or something. Either way, it's not time for Fabbian to return.
 

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We get back reformed Correa.
 
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Pretty much have nothing to add to that post, Brehme. Ofc I am afraid, that not even half from the Need to go list will actually go.
 

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Pretty much have nothing to add to that post, Brehme. Ofc I am afraid, that not even half from the Need to go list will actually go.
The only danger is Correa not sodding off really. Everyone else leaves one way or another.
 

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...or maybe those players are replaced with even worse players.

Anything can happen, but at least the main team is pretty good except for Dumfries
 

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Need to go:
Correa (ffs)
Sanchez (his speech suggests he's out in the summer)
Agoume (no spot for him)
Sensi (constantly unfit)
Cuadrado (no comment)
Audero (no reason to redeem him)
Klaassen (never made sense)
Radu (Bournemouth won't exercise the option)

Expendables
Dumfries (mostly to finance other moves, otherwise I'm okay with him staying, mostly because we'd need to buy two players in that position)
Arnautovic (would be hard to get a deal that doesn't fuck our books, wouldn't mind him staying as 5th option)
Asllani (loan or used as a piece for an upgrade, ie Colpani or another attempt to land Samardzic)
Buchanan (needs to go on loan to a Serie A team to get adjusted to the league. And find his position)
Bisseck (only for a loan move, would want to see him play more next season)
De Vrij (only if he truly wants out, otherwise I'd keep him around)
S. Esposito (loan or sell somewhere)
F. Esposito (another loan is warranted)
V. Carboni (I want to keep him and use him next season, but he's expendable unfortunately and could help us finance the summer budget)
F. Carboni (definitely out for a loan as there's no spot for him here with Dimarco and Carlos Augusto, but if we don't sign a backup LCB maybe we can use him as a last resort option to field Augusto as LCB more permanently)
Fontanarosa (needs to be loaned again, not doing great at Cosenza)


Assuming we can offload Correa (lol), Asllani (12m?), Agoume (8m?) and De Vrij (5m?) and we loan out Buchanan plus we let everyone else go, we're going to receive ~30m in transfer revenues to play with in the market and save ~30m in salaries [excluding Correa who's not included in this season's budget]
Then if we manage to offload Radu, sell Esposito, Salcedo, Satriano, Oristanio and Vanheusden, we can genuinely add another 25m, since at least Satriano and Oristanio can fetch us 8m each iirc.

We'd basically need a backup RWB, where we can actually recall Zanotti who should be able to be useful in a rotation with Dumfries and Darmian there, so exposure will be limited and controlled.
For backup GK, if Bento is not coming - and even if he is, I assume we'll loan him to some midtable Serie A team - I'd give Filip Stankovic a promotion to 2nd spot. He's good enough to play in some Coppa games, but the problem is that it's too early to tell if he can step up if Sommer gets injured for a run of few games.
There are a few decent GKs with expiring deals that we can consider. Outside Meret of course who I've no idea where he's going.
Ospina for one would probably like to be part of a great club in Europe before retiring. There's Matthew Ryan who I believe we tried to get in the past as backup. Keylor Navas may be another option for this role. There's Muslera and Consigli from other veterans and of course Diletta's boyfriend, Karius, should be open to a move to Serie A.
As long as Sommer is fit, we won't need anyone special backing him up, but at least someone serviceable that is better than Audero is required. And unfortunately, everyone I mention above is.

On the new midfielder, Colpani and Samardzic are sound options. I'd go for Colpani though, first of all because the toxicity that Samardzic's entourage brought might come around and bite us within the next 24 months if he's our player, and I think Colpani is a better Mkhitaryan replacement. Samardzic shares a lot of traits with Colpani, but also with Zielinski. I think Zielinski will be used a lot more in Hakan's role as well.
If they want something like 25m for him, Id' give them 15m + Asllani. I fear it'll be a lot more once the mercato opens and they see the crazy prices going around.
If we cannot land Colpani, I'd recall Fabbian.

Then we have a potential De Vrij sale, that'd open up a new CCB spot. We are onto Buongiorno, who's a solid option, but the demands are excessive. Perhaps we could throw in Carboni and get Fabbian back with our clause and add him there as well, to lower the transaction costs, whilst keeping return clauses open. But if Juric leaves, I'm not so sure it'd be a great idea to send the kids there. Bologna without Thiago Motta is also a question mark. And I wouldn't use Carboni for Colpani. I'd send Carboni to a higher pressure environment to "man up" and be ready for a Scudetto fighting attitude. Whether that's in a top 3 Portuguese side or top 3 Dutch side where he can showcase his offensive talent, or just a bigger Serie A side with demanding fans (Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma etc) is up to the management. I just don't want to see him waste another season in a club settled for mediocrity.

Then Sanchez is leaving, and we've already concluded the deal with Taremi. The club sees something in him, I don't know. He's talented for sure, he can score and create, but moving to a new league that's not typically carved open like the Portuguese league, or the low quality of most of the Asian national teams, is something risky. He has a good record in Europe, so that's at least a good sign. Not sure what to expect from him, but we're paying good money to have him over, so he better deliver.

I wouldn't consider Arnautovic leaving us. He loves it here, has no reason to leave, has already left Europe for money and came back so he got that out of his system and there's no Saudi clubs giving him money he cannot refuse lined up, so we're stuck with him next season as well and hopefully he has something to say at Piazza Duomo ~360 days from now.

So with ~50m to spend based on sales plus some assets to transfer, I reckon we can get both Colpani and Buongiorno. Not sure if that means no Bento, though. I'd honestly like to see him here, but we may use a Julio Cesar formula and get another club to have him while we settle for a year with a veteran we sign on a free.
If we also sell Dumfries, then that figure goes much higher, but I have no idea who we're looking at for the starting RWB spot.


So team could look like this:
GK
Sommer
veteran GK or Bento
Di Gennaro [club trained]

DF
Pavard
Bastoni [FIGC trained]
Acerbi [FIGC trained]
Buongiorno [FIGC trained]
Bisseck
Darmian [FIGC trained]
Carlos Augusto

WB
Dimarco [club trained]
Dumfries
Carlos Augusto
Zanotti [club trained]
Darmian

MC
Barella [FIGC trained]
Calhanoglu
Mkhitaryan
Zielinski [FIGC trained]
Frattesi [FIGC trained]
Colpani [FIGC trained]

FW
Lautaro Martinez
Thuram
Taremi
Arnautovic


so we won't have issues with the UEFA list either. And there's space for at least one more player, two if it's a club trained one like Valentin Carboni or Fabbian. Or Esposito maybe as 5th choice striker since I doubt we'll be pushing for another.
Classical Brehme`s long and good post.
I kinda agree nearly 100%. Colpani and Buongiorno would be good additions. Not flashy, but good and until now reliable players who are exactly what an well oil machine like Inter need.

What I don`t agree is about Carboni. Why try to fix something that is not broken? I understand your argument but is not necessary. Carboni is well integrated, the coach like and rely on him, received a lot of minutes for someone so young. And are a lot of examples when a player developed at a mid-level team until he made the jump to a heavyweight. Barella is a good example from our yard.

I agree with you, that Asllani need to be loan. Actually we should have let him stayed at Empoli 2 years ago to develop further. He needs a year when he plays heavy minutes and where he had the "luxury" to make mistakes that are not accepted at Inter. We had a similar discussion a few month ago. Regista is the most difficult position to learn. Most of the best registas started as other types and were reprofiled later in their career (Modric, Pirlo, Brozo, Hakan etc).
 

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I think the golden handshake is a bit too expensive for our books given his book value is 7-8m and the salary is almost 7m gross. Even if we had to pay him half of that, it's still 10m minus in our books without having a player in the squad for that money spent.

I think we might be okay taking small minusvalenza so that if someone signs him for 5m, we'll take it?

Selling Arnautovic might be hard aswell, but I think it depends a lot on player's attitude. If he's being told he's gonna be 5th forward, he might want out. Or not.
 

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Well, he (Arnautovic) must be aware that his position is the 5th striker and that the club is looking for 3th or 4th option for the attack.

Assume that none of Lautaro and Thuram is leaving us and pray that Correa will not be an Inter player next season.
 

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Well, he (Arnautovic) must be aware that his position is the 5th striker and that the club is looking for 3th or 4th option for the attack.

Assume that none of Lautaro and Thuram is leaving us and pray that Correa will not be an Inter player next season.

is Correa a worst player? they are both pretty shit.... maybe Correas wages might be higher neither should be here but I dont think the drop in quality is as big as you guys are making it sound

Arna is a meme player
 

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Arnautovic is shit but Correa is way worse at least for me.
 

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I think the golden handshake is a bit too expensive for our books given his book value is 7-8m and the salary is almost 7m gross. Even if we had to pay him half of that, it's still 10m minus in our books without having a player in the squad for that money spent.

I think we might be okay taking small minusvalenza so that if someone signs him for 5m, we'll take it?

Selling Arnautovic might be hard aswell, but I think it depends a lot on player's attitude. If he's being told he's gonna be 5th forward, he might want out. Or not.
Agreed. But after a season at Marseille where he failed to score a single goal (I think?) I can't imagine anyone purchasing him outright from us. Even finding someone willing to cover some of his wages on a loan might be challenging.
 

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Agreed. But after a season at Marseille where he failed to score a single goal (I think?) I can't imagine anyone purchasing him outright from us. Even finding someone willing to cover some of his wages on a loan might be challenging.
He scored a penalty in EL game.

Marseille and Benfica went to a penalty shootout today in the UEL quarterfinals. Joaquin Correa took the first penalty and scored. OM ended up winning and now will face Atalanta in the semifinals.
 

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He scored a penalty in EL game.

Marseille and Benfica went to a penalty shootout today in the UEL quarterfinals. Joaquin Correa took the first penalty and scored. OM ended up winning and now will face Atalanta in the semifinals.
Sure, but converted penalties in shootouts don't count towards goal stats.
 
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