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The Gazzetta dello Sport commented on the latest transfer situation surrounding Inter.

“The wings and central midfield are the latest areas to be filled,” reported the paper.  “This will necessitate (Inter) selling to raise cash. Besides Schelotto (there’s Chievo) and Silvestre (he may end up at Genoa, but not right away), to leave are also Kuzmanovic and Longo. For the Serbian there is the interest of West Ham, but they have yet to make an official offer, while Inter denies any contact with Malaga.”

Inter is holding out for an offer above €5m-€6m for Kuzmanovic, while GdS also reports that “half of Serie A wants Longo,” and for the young Italian forward, a loan to one of such teams is highly likely. Until more funds are raised from a possible sale to Thohir, players must be sold for high quality players to arrive.

Source: Gazzetta dello Sport

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  • sebastianksn

    I think we should sell Longo too.

    • Rano

      Hahah, please go kill yourself..

      • sebastianksn

        Nah, I’d rather fuck your mom.

        • Zoki

          We have quite an angry fella here. But yeah selling Longo is one of the worst ideas I have ever heard.

          • sebastianksn

            Why? We don’t need three (four with Livaja) young strikers, and Longo is in my opinion the weakest.

          • Zoki

            Its still better to loan him and let him develop than sell him for small money now.

          • sebastianksn

            The thing is, we NEED money

          • Zoki

            The amount of money we would get for him is milesssssss away from what we need.

          • sebastianksn

            “Many a little makes a mickle” :)

          • William Suryawidi

            I think longo scored more than livaja when they were in the primavera… Cmiiw

          • Solberg – Norway

            i cant see any potential in longo at all. hell probably end up in genoa or something as a decent striker, nothing more. everyone, livaja, icardi and belfodil, are allready showing their skills, but longo..

        • Mahdi Torabinejad

          aaand that is also unnecessary.

          • sebastianksn

            Yeah I know, sorry for that. But I just got pissed… Because, really, what did I do to deserve a “go kill yourself”-comment?

          • Mahdi Torabinejad

            Apology accepted mate, respect that. & I understand, ish happens. He was initially in the wrong, and I let him know first. No reason for that sort of childish talk here, we’re all brothers. Any opinion about transferring a player, does not merit that sort of response.

      • Mahdi Torabinejad

        ite, that’s unnecessary.

    • gg

      i prefer to sell you buy we dont have someone who want to buy Defective product…

  • Dublos

    The problem is these players ain’t worth much. Selling Scelotto, Kuz n Silvestre won’t even raise upto 12m. Selling Longo would be a poor decision.

  • Zoki

    Jonathan, Chivu and Mudingayi should be added to sell list and Mbaye to loan list. If there is a case of a real star joining we should consider selling Pereira since he goes for quite some cash and we already have players in that position.

    • Abdi

      None of those 3 will leave. You wouldnt get much money for them anyway. They are decent backup players. Chivu is the real problem as he earns too much and is always injured and when he plays he makes too many mistakes. His agent recently said he stay until his contract expires next summer.

    • Zselic

      Mudingayi is one of the best ball-winners in Serie A, and honestly, he is our only one right now (sorry, Cambiasso is not the same anymore). he will be really important this season, hope he stays injury-free

  • Najib

    where is mariga? :v

    • Abdi

      Training on his own at appiano gentile. Recovering from injury.

  • Mahdi Torabinejad

    We’re all family here, if you can’t respect that, you’re calling for Michael’s ban-hammer…

  • Rafael Vieri

    Silvestre must go, although I’m still impressed that he wants to stay so bad.

    Schelloto is not as bad as people here on FN makes him look, but not particularly bright either, so I guess most of us don’t care if he leaves on loan.

    Longo will also go on loan, perhaps because he’s debatable not ready for Inter yet.

    What I don’t get is, apart from Silvestre’s huge wages, how the hell all those free loan moves will help us raise money for signing?

    I HIGHLY doubt that schelloto and Longo’s wages were the reason we didn’t have money before.

    I’d keep Kuzmanovic at Inter, has a lot to offer.

    But even if we sell him for the 6M fee, I still think we probably should sell someone else, gathering a 15 M transfer fee or something. That is a more resoanable amouth of money to sign at least one great player.

    • Abdi

      The loan moves are for reducing the size of the squad and reducing the wages at the same time. We cant sell Silvestre because we just signed him and a player cant be sold twice during the same transfer window. Thats why we have to loan him out. Right now he doesnt even want to leave. Nobody wants to buy Schelloto and Chivu. They tried to sell Ranocchia but he doesnt want to go. Now they trying to sell Kuzmanovic. And if he doesnt want to go either then they will have huge problems.

      • interd1sia

        correct me on this if i’m mistaken but i never heard a rules to forbid a player to be sold twice in the same transfer window. but the real rules are a player forbid to play in more than two clubs in a same length of season. we can’t sell silvestre because NO OTHER CLUB WANTS HIM. even parma wouldn’t risk buying him instantly and only wants him in a loan deal with a purchase option. we still had a half trust in schelotto so we’re just loaning him out while on the other hand, chivu is the one who really don’t want to leave though we already tried to kick him out

    • interd1sia

      i don’t think it’s just about raising money by freeing some wages. but it’s also about trimming the squad, and decreasing wages bill hence giving a better balance in our books. and it does not actually raise our money, but the wages that was supposed to be given to them can be allocated to be a transfer money. it’s pretty much the same concept as moving the slider of a transfer/wages budget in football manager game (that is if you play fm)