Despite Scamacca Links, Juve Still After Chelsea Striker

The twists and turns involving Juve's hunt for a new striker continues. A host of names had been mentioned in the recent weeks but Sassuolo's Gianluca Scamacca (currently on loan at Genoa) has recently emerged as the favorite to make his landing in Turin. Nonetheless, Juventus have not gave up on signing another of their transfer targets, and the man in question is Olivier Giroud.
Here we take a look at five Premier League outcasts who Antonio Conte should look to sign for Inter in the Jauary transfer session

Five Premier League Outcasts Inter Should Sign This January

Italy's Serie A has started with a bang and we've seen Milan make a near perfect start, whilst their city rivals Inter have taken 10 points from their opening 5 fixtures. Antonio Conte will be gunning for January and the chance to raid the Premier League once again, and do all he can to keep the pace on Stefano Pioli's side. Here are five names he might be looking at...

Stickers Swapping: Inter Eyes On Premier League Outcasts

Inter are currently sitting second in the Serie A table - 4 points off leaders Juventus - but are starting to lose tempo. The Nerazzurri need some good back-ups for their starters and have been looking mostly at the Premier League to fill in their gaps. Players set to join Antonio Conte's side include Olivier Giroud and Victor Moses, while Ashley Young already landed in Milano.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Vive La France! The World Cup Is Bleu!

The World Cup Winners remains an elite club with very strict admission rules. France covered themselves with glory for the second time, while brusquely rejecting Croatia’s application to join the club. The Final in Moscow ended 4-2 for Didier Deschamps’ side, but we need to thank both teams for giving life to one of the most entertaining finals in decades.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Umtiti Brings France Back to WC Final

A flash in the night of Saint Petersburg, Samuel Umtiti’s header brought France back to a World Cup Final, 12 years after the bitter outcome of Berlin 2006. Didier Deschamps’ side prevailed in their Semi Final over Belgium with a lone goal by their Barcelona-based center back. Just like 4 years ago in Brazil, the Red Devils faded away in the decisive moment.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Mbappé Cancels Messi In Epic 4-3 Win

He is not even 20, and maybe that’s the least impressive thing about Kylian Mbappé, who led France to an epic 4-3 over Argentina yesterday in the first World Cup Round of 16 game, at the end of an unforgettable battle that also featured sensational goals on the part of Angel Di Maria and Benjamin Pavard. Absent without leave, once again, was Leo Messi.