Inter Not Planning Major Sales Despite New Additions

Despite the delay in the proceedings, Inter will bag both Piotr Zielinski and Mehdi Taremi for free at the end of the season. The Nerazzurri decided to postpone the medicals of the latter as they didn’t manage to keep them under wraps like they did with the Napoli star. The backlash convinced them to push his arrival in Italy, Corriere dello Sport informed.

At this stage, the front office isn’t considering any meaningful departure despite the acquisition of two starting-caliber contributors. The Pole will replace Stefano Sensi and Davy Klaassen, who are on expiring contracts. He’ll play more than them, alternating with Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Instead, the Iranian talisman will substitute for Alexis Sanchez. Their current deputy will be a free agent at the end of the campaign as well.

Inter plot to simply add to their squad with Taremi and Zielinski. They might make further valuations about their attack in the summer. Valentin Carboni has a shot to stay following a loan spell at Monza. They’ll likely sign another defender too. They planned to bring in Tiago Djaló gratis. Juventus beat them by paying a fee to sign him from Lille.

According to Calciomercato, the Nerazzurri paid €4M commissions to the agent of the Partenopei staple. Aurelio De Laurentiis blamed him for the departure.

Our Take on Inter, Taremi, and Zielinski

The rich get richer, although it’s not a fait accompli that Mark Arnautovic will stay put, but it’s a secondary matter all things considered.

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