INTER TO MAKE AN OFFER FOR RAMIREZ
MAICON TO LEAVE?
Two players plus 10 million for the Uruguayan.
The Brazilian is followed by PSG and Manchester City.
Moratti has spoken to De Laurentiis about Lavezzi.
Milan – So Inter will make 8 million euros for the sale of Pandev to Napoli, a significant gain given that the Macedonian joined Inter on a free transfer. And perhaps another 10 million to be collected from PSG who, other than Dani Alves and Debuchy, have requested detailed information on Maicon. In short, the transfer market of Inter continues moving because in the mean time, an offer has been made for Ramirez.
Maicon also City Let’s start with Maicon. Everything was expected and it was not a coincidence that three days ago, Roberto Calenda, agent, was seen in Inter headquarters to talk about his client. The renewal of this expiring contract in 2013 seems to be very difficult at the moment while a possible goodbye is quite possible due to the interest shown by Manchester City with whom, Inter have spoken about De Jong and Kolarov.
Coffer smiles Make no mistake about it, this interest for Maicon is very real and the hypothesis of a sale should be taken seriously. It should be noted that at City, Inter like two players while at PSG, it is Sakho. In all of this, the Nerazzurri would prefer to make about 9 to 12 million for the Brazilian. That in addition to the 8 from Pandev would put the cash coffer into a good position to cover the purchases of Guarin and Palacio or perhaps for the plan B as Lavezzi seems more and more away from Inter.
Gaston Ramirez And for Andreolli, there should be a meeting to define everything next week. But here is the plan B: Gaston Ramirez. The Rossoblu, not long ago, rejected an offer from Wolfsburg of 13 million euros for the midfielder. There are many clubs from abroad want him but Inter (after offering 10 million two months ago) are back on the attack: the proposal is the other half of Krhin (already in co-owned with Bologna), 10 million and a loan or co-ownership (yet to be determined) of one of Faraoni (also liked at Atalanta), Jonathan, Juan Jesus or Bessa. In short, Lavezzi is fading away and Lucas is difficult (not impossible) and so here we have a quality young player in Ramirez.
Bojan no, Luc could go From Spain, they say that Inter want Bojan: no confirmation on this front. Feyenoord technical director Van Geel is calling for Castaignos: “Luc is our objective. If Inter want to let him go on loan…” Meanwhile Inter have gotten an Austrian midfielder Valentino Lazaro. He is only 16 years old but already lurking around in the first team at Red Bull Salzburg.
Lavezzi Here is the chapter of Lavezzi. Yesterday morning for the French newspaper L’Equipe, everything was done: Lavezzi to PSG for 26 million euros and agent Alejandro Mazzoni has already booked his ticket for a flight to Paris today to sort out final details. Reality is yes, agent is ready to jump on that plane to Paris because agreement between PSG and Lavezzi for 4.5 million plus bonuses has been found for some time.
Goodwill De Laurentiis remains firm in his demand to have at least 29 million for the Argentinian. Leonardo, however, is offering 26 million plus bonuses. Contacts are continuous and the countdown to the announcement has already started. Lavezzi is currently in Argentina while his agent remains in Europe to understand the right time to let his client know about the situation.
Inter And what about Inter? The Nerazzurri are observers in all of this. Although Massimo Moratti remains in contact with De Laurentiis and he confirmed this yesterday: “Yes, I have talked to Aurelio but there are no updates.” The two talked about Pandev who now belongs to Napoli at 100% and the only update for Lavezzi at the moment is that this track seems dead. Inter are not intending to raise its offer while Pandev is now out of negotiations for the Argentinian. At this point it is difficult to put in another player. In short, il Pocho is going to Paris even if the desire of the player is to stay in Italy and cope with another city other than Naples.
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport