The Inter execs will talk shop with the entourage of Mehdi Taremi as they have traveled to Portugal to attend the match against Benfica. They are preparing a Bosman move, while an attempt for January hinges on the performances of Marko Arnautovic and Alexis Sanchez.
Milan came close to signing Mehdi Taremi last summer, but something got lost in communication with his camp at some point, and the deal fell through. Porto president Pinto Da Costa had a different recollection of the events, suggesting the clubs were never on the same page on the numbers.
The links between Mehdi Taremi and Inter continue to gain steam, but it’s more likely that the Serie A leaders will wait till the summer to onboard him on a Bosman move rather than targeting him in January, unless Marko Arnautovic, who recently returned from injury, gets hurt again.
Inter don’t have pressing needs ahead of the January window, but they’ll wait in the wings to potentially seize the chance of strengthening the squad at affordable prices. Instead, their main priority is to avoid what happened with Milan Skriniar, who departed on a free.
Inter will probably stand pat in January unless Marko Arnautovic and Juan Cuadrado’s injuries linger, but they’ll lay the groundwork for three potential free additions at the end of the season: Tiago Djaló, Piotr Zielinski, and Mehdi Taremi. The defender has been on their radar for a couple of years.
Portugal icon Pepe has entered the UEFA Champions League history books by becoming the oldest outfield player to appear in the competition, aged 40 years and 241 days. The former Real Madrid defender played the full 90 minutes in the 4-1 victory over Royal Antwerp.
Since Marko Arnautovic hasn’t panned out so far and has missed most games due to a thigh injury, Inter have been linked. with a January attempt for Mehdi Taremi. Their directors have dismissed such a notion. Rahman Rezaei, Iran’s lead assistant, said that the striker is keen
Inter quickly found themselves one man short up front due to Marko Arnautovic suffering a severe thigh injury, and they are considering the possibility of pursuing Mehdi Taremi again in January in case the former Bologna centerpiece struggles in his recovery.
Roma and José Mourinho are off to a terrible start, having collected just five points in the first six rounds. Their only win came against Empoli in a 7-0 drubbing. Genoa added to their misery with a commanding 4-1 success on Thursday night. The Special One never commenced this poorly.
Roma held preliminary contacts with powerful agent Jorge Mendes to inquire about Porto’s fullback Joao Mario. They could make an attempt in January if the price was right. He’s tied to his team until 2027, and they are an expensive boutique. He emerged two seasons ago.
Milan won’t sign Mehdi Taremi but fully plan to find a new striker on deadline day. The Rossoneri made strides in the talks with Porto. Though, the deal fell through over issues on personal terms. The striker reportedly changed his intermediary midway through the negotiation, revising the conditions.
Milan seemed on the precipice of snapping up Mehdi Taremi Wednesday afternoon, but then the deal went backward. They are poised for another frantic day of negotiations with Porto and his camp. The two clubs concurred on a €15M valuation plus add-ons before different problems emerged.