Inter continue to look at strengthening their squad this January, The big name at the top of the list is Ramires. The midfielder who is currently playing in China for Jiangsu Suning who are run by Inter’s Chinese owners, Suning. Until now a deal for the Brazilian midfielder has proved to be difficult but it would seem that Suning have now stepped in to ease the transfer of the player to Italy.
Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that the Chinese retail firm have now given their approval for the former Chelsea player to move on loan. This would see the player move to Inter this month and join on loan with no fee. The only problem is the players’ wages. He is currently on earning something like €10 million in China. This is a wage that Inter simply cannot afford but the player himself has expressed his willingness to reduce his wages in order to facilitate a move if needs must.
Fabio Capello is the manager at the Chinese club and he has now also given his approval to the move deciding to grant the player his wish of a move back to a big team in Europe. Ramires enjoyed a successful time in Europe before moving to China with Benfica and then Chelsea. Winning many major honours at both clubs and securing a place at the centre of the Brazilian national team. At 30 years old he certainly isn’t a youngster but is still incredibly fit and ready to step into this Inter side.
Gazzetta dello Sport believe that with a little help from Ramires regarding his wages, there is no reason why a deal cannot be mad.Possibly as quickly as the next 72 hours.