According to the Corriere dello Sport, the managing director of the Nerazzurri Beppe Marotta wants to repeat what has been done with Nicolò Barella and Cagliari: a loan, perhaps biennial, with a redemption obligation, plus several bonuses.
Inter are not afraid of surprises from Juventus: it moved first and thanks to the 55 million euros collected for the sale of Mauro Icardi at Paris Saint Germain he can agree more easily than the bianconeri.
Paratici, on the other hand, has not yet managed to place significant sales, and can rely mainly on maxi exchanges, as the deal with the Barcelona that still does not go through. Marotta plans to close the Tonali strike within the next week.
“The footballer wants to stay in Italy, we will go along with him. I don’t like exchanges, we didn’t come to ask for alms,” Cellino pointed out in a recent interview.
SPORTAL.IT | 17-06-2020 10:38