- Mar 9, 2004
10 years of FIF
I think you should qualify that further: most times, Inter directors are complete fuckn morons.
?Good guy Inter always has to honour gentlemen agreements but when it comes to other teams honouring those agreements they have no issue screwing us over.
Anyone involved in this travesty should get fired. Of course this also involves Steven but you can't fire the owner.
Like what are you talking about when it comes to gentelmen agreement and lukaku?
This is also what I believe. The over-inflated Casadei transfer fee was meant to cover for the 2 loans.Since FIFA banned loan deals for longer than a season i believe Inter and Chelsea had an gentlemen agreement for a two-year loan deal for Lukaku. They just couldn't make it formal because of regulations. I am struggling to believe any sane person would be willing to extend Lukaku loan at this stage of the season when he has barely played. Purely a speculation from my side but that's what i believe.
Unpopular opinion but loaning him for another year on a lower deal would be the optimal solution for the club, however buying him back is a different story.The one possible effect of Lukaku’s injury problems on negotiations, according to Di Marzio, is that Inter could look for a discount on another paid loan deal.
“Romelu Lukaku will remain at Inter on loan, with the same structure as the deal made last summer,” he reported.
Di Marzio continued that “I think the Nerazzurri will try and leverage the injury struggles of the last year in talks with Chelsea, to try and lower the terms on an extension.”
“If they’re successful, then we’ll talk about the possibility of redeeming his loan in the summer of 2024.”