Porto Star Ready for Inter Move, Claims Iran Assistant

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 to Sportitalia.

“He’s in great shape. I think he can give a lot to high-level football for a few more years, even should he move to a bigger team. He can contribute more than what he has done so far.”

“Taremi can absolutely make a difference in clubs like Inter and Milan. He can do everything. He can be a bargain considering his expiring contract. Many players moved to Italy that way. He’s 31, but he can do well in Serie A, as Mario Mandzukic did with Massimiliano Allegri.”

Rezaei and the attacker discussed the future a couple of weeks ago.

“He feels ready to change and take an extra step. That was already the case last summer, but the deal didn’t come together. He could depart in January already if he had the chance. He has given everything he could to Porto. It’s time to go without regrets now. He agreed with me about either continuing there or accepting a winter offer.”

Taremi and the coach talked about the Inter buzz.

“He alluded to being focused on doing well these last few months and then fleeing.”

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