Representative Comments on Inter and Atalanta Targets

Agent Vincenzo Cavaliere has a few high-profile Croatian players who could enliven the upcoming January window in his portfolio, starting with Andrej Kramaric. He’s having a good season with Hoffenheim and has been linked to Inter, Milan, and Bologna. He spoke with Sportitalia.

“He’s surely one of the most dangerous players in their national team. He’s inventive and is being followed by a few sides since he could start for any Italian club. The transfer market is unpredictable, but his team would want to hold onto him. I don’t see the Rossoblù as a possible solution. His cost is too high.”

Cavaliere addressed Dinamo Zagreb’s Martin Baturina, whom Atalanta chased in the recent past.

“He’s a very talented player with great technique and vision. He’s being monitored by multiple outfits. He’d fit well in Bergamo.”

Instead, the Serie A sides missed out on Josip Sutalo, who transferred to Ajax for €20.5M, although they continue to keep tabs on him. Cavaliere excluded a quick departure.

“In my opinion, he will stay where he is. I don’t think Atalanta want to spend €25M now.”

Per L’Eco di Bergamo, La Dea is indeed looking for a defender, but the Croat is probably too expensive. The same goes for Genoa’s Rade Dragusin. Sint-Truidense’s Matte Smets is a secondary target at the moment. Instead, the rumors about a possible attempt for Amir Rrahmani are unfounded, especially after Napoli lost Natan for a while due to a shoulder injury.

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