Parma sporting director Daniele Faggiano spoke to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia today, touching on possible transfer market moves by the Emilian club.
“Kulusevski? I’ll say it clearly, no one will leave in January, unless there are very good offers that can allow us to replace those who leave. Inter and Matteo Darmian? So far no one has asked us for him. If there will be advantageous offers, we’ll see. We wanted him strongly, we made sacrifices to take him. Numerically we are moving forward despite the absences that have weakened us. Dermaku is now ready, Iacoponi is doing more than expected, we also have Pezzella who is now ready. They are players who are giving us a lot.”
Inter have long been linked with the 29-year-old Italian full-back, who joined Parma from Manchester United this summer. The Nerazzurri are keen to strengthen their squad and add more depth as they look to compete with rivals Juventus for the league title this season.
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