The Gazzetta dello Sport has given Inter a 7 rating for all the activities during the recent transfer window. According to the Milan based newspaper, there are 10 arrivals (including loaned players coming back) and 13 departures. Massimo Moratti and company spent the total of 48 million euros, made 35 million from sales and thus, the difference is at 13 million. Here is the total breakdown by the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Coutinho – Loan at Espanyol ended.
Jonathan – Loan at Parma ended.
Mariga - Loan at Parma ended.
Palacio – 10 million to Genoa.
Handanovic – 11 million to Udinese.
Silvestre – 2 million to Palermo.
Mudingayi – 0.75 million to Bologna.
Gargano – 1.25 million to Napoli.
Cassano – 0 million to Milan.
Pereira – 10 million to Porto.
Zarate – Loan ended. Back to Lazio.
Palombo – Loan ended. Back to Sampdoria.
Poli – Loan ended. Back to Sampdoria.
Lucio – Contract terminated. Went to Juve.
Forlan – Contract terminated. Went to Internacional.
Julio Cesar – Contract terminated – Went to Queens Park Rangers.
Cordoba – Retired.
Orlandoni – Retired.
Longo – To Espanyol on loan.
Pazzini – To Milan for 7.5 million.
Maicon – To Manchester City for 4 million.
Castaigsnno – To Twente for 6 million.
Faraoni – To Udinese for 0 million.
Longo – Bought Genoa’s half for 5 million.
Guarin – Signed permanently from Porto for 8 million.
Pandev – Signed permanently by Napoli for 7.5 million.
Kucka – Inter’s half bought by Genoa for 7 million.
Viviano – Inter’s half bought by Palermo for 3 million.
So what do you think we did in the past three months or so? Make sure to comment below.
NOTE: Keep in mind that bonuses are not count in this situation (Example: Maicon went to City for 4 million right away and 3.5 million in bonuses).