Inter Owned Federico Dimarco: “A Possibility I End Up Staying At Hellas Verona, We’ll See”

Inter owned defender Federico Dimarco has revealed that it is possible that he could stay with loan club Hellas Verona past the end of the season.

The full back joined the high flying Gialloblu club on a six month loan in the most recent January transfer window and has admitted that things will be evaluated with regard to a potential permanent stay at the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi come the end of the season.

“Will I stay at Verona for a long time? This is a possibility, we will evaluate things at the end of the season,” he explained in an interview with sports broadcaster DAZN following last night’s 1-1 draw with Fiorentina.

Dimarco is a product of Inter’s academy and has made a total of six appearances at first team level. Dimarco left Inter for FC Sion in 2017 but Inter re-signed him the following Summer. He has also had loan spells at Ascoli, Empoli and Parma.

This season he has made 11 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has provided a single assist for his teammates.

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Inter Hand Marcelo Brozovic €100,000 Fine After Drunk Driving Incident

Inter have handed Marcelo Brozovic a fine of €100,000 after he was caught drunk driving by Police in the past few days according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The Croatian midfielder ran a red light when he was driving home at 2 am local time having been out for dinner and was stopped by Police and upon being tested his alcohol levels were above the legal amount. He has had his driving licence revoked as a result.

Inter have not taken kindly to this at all and have fined him the above amount. In addition to alerting Brozovic of the fine, the club also chose to communicate the decision with the rest of the squad, as if to send out a warning to them that such conduct will not be tolerated.

Brozovic has made 35 appearances across all competitions to date this term, in which he has scored three goals and provided five assists for his teammates.

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Email Intended For President Zhang Detailing Inter’s Errors This Season Sent To Everyone At Club By Mistake

A document outlining errors made this season intended for Inter president Steven Zhang has unintentionally ended up with staff at club headquarters according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

Following Inter’s recent struggles club management met for talks to discuss what has went wrong this term and what can be done to sort things out.

The document was supposed to be sent to Inter president Zhang, who remains stuck in China due to not being able to travel back due to the COVID-19 crisis, but it ended up being sent to everyone at Inter’s club headquarters as well.

It is understood that the document contained a lot of information regarding Inter’s shortcomings this term, which are not attributable to Inter manager Antonio Conte.

The document is also understood to have included names of players that the club should be pursuing in the upcoming transfer window to bolster the squad for the 2020/21 Serie A season.

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Italian Media Claim Inter Midfielder Marcelo Brozovic Facing Uncertain Future At The Club

Marcelo Brozovic’s future with Inter is uncertain according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.

On Friday night Brozovic was caught drunk driving by Police and had his driving licence revoked. The Croatian midfielder is set to be substantially fined by the club for breaking the internal rules of the club.

Brozovic has yet to speak publicly on the matter but has made some feelings known with his social media activity as he liked a comment from a fan offering to chauffeur him around now he is without a driving licence whilst he also liked a comment which referred to the Police that caught him as ‘hunchbacks’.

Despite an overall positive season, Brozovic has still not entirely convinced either manager Antonio Conte or club management for that matter.

Although he has grown significantly as a player in the past two seasons, that growth has not continued and there are also concerns about his character and temperament, especially when things get difficult out on the pitch.

The report adds that although Brozovic’s future with the club is uncertain, his present is very much certain and he will be in the starting line-up to take on Torino later on today.

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Italian Media Report Torino In Pole Position To Sign Inter Linked Defender Malang Sarr

Torino are currently in pole position to sign Malang Sarr on a free transfer according to a report in today’s print edition of French newspaper L’Equipe.

The highly rated young French defender recently became a free agent after letting his contract with Ligue 1 side OGC Nice expire and there has been no shortage of interest shown in him as of late.

Torino aside, Fiorentina, Napoli, AC Milan, Lazio and Inter have all also been linked with the 21-year-old but the report explains that Torino are ahead of all of the competition in the race to land Sarr, whose professional career began back in 2016.

This past season Sarr made 20 appearances across all competitions to date for OGC Nice. He played mainly as a centre back but was also used as a left back at times during the campaign. In 1541 minutes on the park, the French youth national team player scored a single goal.

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Inter Serious About Re-Signing Nicolo Zaniolo From Roma Who Want At Least €70M

Inter are serious about bringing Nicolo Zaniolo back to the club according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset.

Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta is has offered Radja Nainggolan, who wants to return to Roma, to the Giallorossi club as part of a deal for Zaniolo.

Roma president and owner James Pallotta is however understood to have no interest in players being used as part payment being included in any deal and wants at least €70 million in cash for the highly rated Italian national team midfielder, who recently returned from a cruciate ligament injury.

Inter signed Zaniolo from Serie B side Virtus Entella and after starring for Inter Primavera, Inter opted to include him in the deal that led to them signing Nainggolan back in 2018 but this proved to be a big mistake as Zaniolo blossomed and has now become one of the best Italian youngsters out there.

This season he has made 27 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored seven goals and provided two assists.

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Italian Media Report Inter Moving For Torino’s Armando Izzo Is No Longer A Given

It is no longer a given that Inter will make a move to sign Torino’s Armando Izzo in the upcoming transfer window according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.

Inter have been linked with making a move for the Italian for some time with Inter manager Antonio Conte understood to be a big fan of his.

Reports in the media have suggested that Inter could do a deal and include either Roberto Gagliardini or Andrea Pinamonti, who is currently at Genoa but Inter have a gentleman’s agreement with them that allows them to re-sign him for €20 million.

Despite the fact Inter moving no longer seems so obvious, the report from the Turin based news outlet goes on to explain that Torino are still making plans for the defence.

Torino technical director Davide Vagnati appears set to beat Inter, Napoli, Lazio and Fiorentina to Malang Sarr, who recently became a free agent after his contract with Ligue 1 outfit Nice expired.

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Barcelona President Bartomeu: “Lautaro Martinez Talks Have Stopped, Spoke To Inter Weeks Ago”

Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu has confirmed that negotiations with Inter over Lautaro Martinez have stopped.

The Blaugrana club have been courting the highly rated 22-year-old for some time now but have so far been unable to meet Inter’s demands for him.

Things have only gotten harder for them in the past week too with many reports stating his €111 million release clause has expired meaning Inter could demand a higher fee for the former Racing Club player.

“The transfer market to come will be very different. The big clubs will be limited by economic problems, but Barcelona is always talking about the market,” Bartomeu explained in an interview with Catalan broadcaster TV3 show ‘Onze’ earlier on today.

“For Lautaro the negotiations have stopped, we spoke with Inter weeks ago. We are in an analysis phase.”

Lautaro joined Inter in a circa €20 million deal back in the Summer of 2018 and he has three years left to run on his current contract with the Nerazzurri.

This season Lautaro has made 38 appearances across all competitions to date. During his time on the park, which totals just under 2900 minutes, he has scored 17 goals and provided five assists for his teammates.

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Italian Media Claim Inter Could Let Man City & Man Utd Target Milan Skriniar Leave For €60M

Inter could allow Milan Skriniar to depart the club if they receive an offer in excess of €60 million for him according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.

Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Manchester United and other clubs have all been linked with the Slovakian national team defender, whose price has dropped compared to this time last year due to the COVID-19 crisis and due to a not exactly fantastic season.

Inter already have at least three potential targets in mind should they receive an offer of the above amount or more with the report from the Turin based news outlet explaining Hellas Verona’s Marash Kumbulla, Tottenham Hotspur’s Jan Vertonghen and Torino’s Armando Izzo are all targets for the club.

Skriniar joined the club in the Summer of 2017 in a player plus cash deal from Sampdoria and his first two seasons with the club were superb but this season he has struggled, mainly down to the change to a three man defensive system.

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Inter Legend Alessandro Altobelli: “I Don’t Want This But If Antonio Conte Leaves Then Max Allegri All The Way”

Former Inter striker Alessandro Altobelli discussed the Nerazzurri’s current form, coach Antonio Conte, former Juventus boss Max Allegri and the Europa League, amongst other topics, in an interview with Italian newspaper Il Giornale published yesterday.

“If someone had told me that Inter would have lost points against Verona, Sassuolo and Bologna I wouldn’t have believed them but unfortunately it happened.

“The atmosphere has become a bit stiff and even the fans who have always been present and passionate, are losing patience with ferocious attacks against the coach.”

He discussed how the Inter fans were happy to welcome Conte into the job last summer, despite the fact that his career as both a player and manager had largely been tied with Juventus.

“At the beginning of the season choices were made. Conte is a man who has had his sporting career linked with Juventus for years as both a player and a coach but most Nerazzurri fans were immediately convinced of his great professionalism.

“Things went well at the beginning because there were results but lately, I see discontent and even offensive comments. We are a team that in recent games have shown to have weak points and difficulties but the atmosphere must be fixed.”

The 64-year-old Italian didn’t think that Conte would leave the club this summer, after only one season in charge.

“I hope not because with Conte, Inter have made specific choices, losing important players like Perisic, Icardi and Nainggolan to name a few.

“Other players he wanted came through the market and today there’s this negative climate because of the results of the last few games.

“Maybe Conte has to be more careful with his statements, it seems as if the team hasn’t done what he wanted considering his words but he has to be calm because the club has given him a huge salary, higher than most of the players and Marotta is his great sponsor.”

He highlighted that people must wait until the end of the season before they fully judge Conte’s first season in charge of the Milanese club.

“7 games left plus the Europa League, let’s wait for the end of the season before passing judgement. I think the fans must also be patient, there are those who are positive and those who are not.

“I repeat, let’s wait to judge because Inter are 14 points ahead of Roma and are almost sure to participate in the next Champions League season. I hope they don’t start from scratch with a traumatic farewell.”

Altobelli touched on whether former Juventus coach Max Allegri would be a good fit for Inter, should Conte depart.

“I have an immense esteem for Allegri, I consider him one of the greatest coaches in Europe. Max is a hard-working guy. He makes teams play well. He wins.

“I think he’s one of the best and let’s put it this way, even if I don’t want this, if Conte leaves then Allegri all the way.”

The former Nerazzurri striker believed that the Milanese club could win this season’s Europa League. Their next opponents are Getafe at the start of August.

“Right now, no one believes in Inter anymore but I think they have what it takes. A team like Inter shouldn’t be afraid of anyone, the squad is competitive and if they move forward in the cup, they won’t have to fear anyone.

“In my opinion, Inter can hope to win the cup if the team regains enthusiasm, they can go all the way and I honestly hope so.”

He praised former Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku for his quick adaption and strong goalscoring record this season.

“I have to be honest, I didn’t expect such a great performance, the Belgian was a positive surprise, he replaced Icardi well and I have to say that you couldn’t notice the difference between the two.

“Lukaku also has a different way of playing, he helps a lot and works with team. Goals and quality in short, he’s having a great season.”

Altobelli thought that it would be better for Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez to remain with Inter for one more year, instead of pushing for a move to Barcelona this summer.

“Lautaro has had a difficult time since the rumours about Barcelona appeared. He has inevitably thought about something else and this hasn’t worked in his favour.

“Lautaro, however, is a forward who knows how to play football, he’s not selfish, he plays for the team, he scores, dribbles and assists. He can become one of the strongest in Europe but his mentality must be strong.

“Inter gave him the chance to play in Italy and to stand out and if I were him, I would stay at least another year to mature definitively and then maybe change teams.”

The former Nerazzurri striker gave his prediction for the final top four in the league table.

“I think Juventus will win again in the end, second Gasperini’s surprising Atalanta and a close fight between Inter and Lazio for 3rd and 4th place but in the end, I think the Nerazzurri will win and get 3rd.”

Finally, Altobelli discussed whether there is too much criticism levied against Inter when they aren’t performing well, compared to other teams.

“I think so, we often use a different method towards Inter in difficult periods. But I think we have to make a careful analysis to understand where we’ve been wrong since 2010 because something hasn’t gone well.

“A lot of money has been spent and nothing has been won, a lot of coaches have changed and the situation hasn’t changed.

“At the end of the year I think they have to have a thorough examination to understand where they went wrong to correct the situation but they shouldn’t to throw everything away because I think they’re going in the right direction, they just have to correct the situation to get back to winning as soon as possible.”

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