- Mar 7, 2004
- Favorite Player
- Bar, Skr, Bas
10 years of FIF
The mercato hasn't even opened yet. We're at June.
You have quite demands if that is called decent. Top player sold but adding all those names would still make it a good mercato.Inter's mercato isn't really frustrating so far. Mhki, Dybala, Asllani and potentially Bellanova/Cambiaso and Lukaku is a decent mercato. The problem with our mercato is a top player could be sold at any minute so our mercato could easily go from 8 to 2.
If Lautaro isn't sold, Dybala and Lukaku are super upgrades. Mhki is a decent move though i have doubts if he jas the work rate to play as a mezzala. Asllani and the fullbacks are complete unknows to me so i really don't know what to expect from them. Decent was probably too harsh. Good is probably a more accurate term. It's just i fear for what's coming in terms of sales.You have quite demands if that is called decent. Top player sold but adding all those names would still make it a good mercato.
He's not a replacement for Vecino and Gagliardini though. If we brought him in, he would play as a wing back.
Also, 1.5 - 2m gross?.. The guy earns €4m NET which is about 7.5m gross. That's the whole point, he's extremely overpaid given his contribution.
I think Inter's team will be pretty damned solid if the rumours are to be believed. Lukaku and Dybala up front and proper depth in the mid with Aslani and Miki is quite good. The only real issue to me is the loss of Skriniar and Bastoni. Replacing them will be tough. Even Bremer won't be enough.Worse, atleast you guys haven't had credible rumors of some of your best guys leaving.
I thought Bastoni is not going anywhere?I think Inter's team will be pretty damned solid if the rumours are to be believed. Lukaku and Dybala up front and proper depth in the mid with Aslani and Miki is quite good. The only real issue to me is the loss of Skriniar and Bastoni. Replacing them will be tough. Even Bremer won't be enough.
Very few teams in the world can afford rejecting high offers, it's always down to the players to refuse tranfers if clubs accepted an offer anyway. The idea flying around that Inter is forcing this or that player to leave is blown out of proportion by media to create drama and sell papers, I say this because Inter is not a club with this kind of history, even our shitters feel comfortable to leech the club dry for years with their contracts and they were never forced out, I'm not going to believe that we are going to be assholes to our best players so that they can leave.
Articles seems to be originated "translated" from Sky-Italia, I couldn't manage to find the original article to check the quotes. It seems incomplete or maybe something lost in translation? Because if we can sell players secretly why aren't we doing that with Lazaro, Dalberto Carlos and the rest of the shitters? It's sound like to me that he's upest we agreed a fee with Chelsea without him knowing.In an interview with former teammate Christian Vieri, former Inter striker Hernan Crespo has revealed he did not want to leave the club in the Summer ofsempreinter.com
'They sold me to Chelsea without me knowing': Hernan Crespo tells bizarre story of his Stamford Bridge moveHernan Crespo's time at Chelsea was hardly an unqualified success: during his five years on the Blues' books, he spent more time on loan out at the two clubs from Milan than at Stamford Bridge.As it turns out, this transfer was almost doomed to fail from the start, as the Argentinian had little...tribuna.com