Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Inter opt not to buy Duncan back


According to fcinternews.com, Inter have agreed with Sampdoria that they will take full ownership of Alfred Duncan.
the player joined Sampdoria on a co-ownership deal with Inter last summer.
It is reported that Sampdoria are to pay €3million for full ownership.
Inter will most probably agree on this deal as they would not have to pay €5million in the buy-back clause they had agreed on.

Inter say 'no' to Osvaldo - Armero swap



According to reports from Gianluca Di Marzio, Milan's Galliani made an offer to Inter for a swap deal between Osvaldo and Armero, but Inter immediately refused.

Murillo close to signing for Inter - Pedullà


According to Alfredo Pedullà, Inter are still looking to sign more players during the last week of the transfer market.
According to Pedullà, defender Jeison Murillo who currently plays for Spanish Club Granada FC is very close to signing for Inter.
A response from Granada FC is still to be heard regarding the transfer.

Milan will not be the next destination for Osvaldo



According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter's rebel Dani Osvaldo will not be making a move to Milan or Juventus.
Inter will definitely not strengthen their cousins who are rivals for the third place spot in the league.
With matters likely to be heard at the Board of Arbitration, this will surely reach beyond the date of 2 February, 2015 (the close of the transfer market).
Osvaldo has refused moves to Turino, Genoa, Parma, Bologna and Queens Park Rangers as he has been holding on for a big club.
If the situation is not resolved between Inter and Osvaldo, the latter could find himself sitting on the bench for the next five months till the end of the season.

Inter mark Holocaust Remembrance Day

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, FC Internazionale wish to remember the men, women and children killed at the hands of the Nazis. 

Among the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, Inter pay tribute to Arpad Weisz, the most successful Nerazzurri coach of the 1930s. 

The brilliant Hungarian was born in Solt on 16 April 1896, becoming a footballer and then coach, primarily in Italy. He holds the honour of being the man who discovered Giuseppe Meazza, handing him a first-team debut in the Coppa Viola against Como. His last management job came at Dordrecht, in Holland. 

And it was from there that Weisz and his family made their last journey, to Poland and Auschwitz. Coach, father, human being: Inter remember Arpad, and the millions of people who lost their lives during the Holocaust.

 

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, FC Internazionale wish to remember the men, women and children killed at the hands of the Nazis. Among the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, Inter pay tribute to Arpad Weisz, the most successful Nerazzurri coach of the 1930s. The brilliant Hungarian was born in Solt on 16 April 1896, becoming a footballer and then coach, primarily in Italy. He holds the honour of being the man who discovered Giuseppe Meazza, handing him a first-team debut in the Coppa Viola against Como. His last management job came at Dordrecht, in Holland. And it was from there that Weisz and his family made their last journey, to Poland and Auschwitz. Coach, father, human being: Inter remember Arpad, and the millions of people who lost their lives during the Holocaust.  Holocaust Remembrance Day, FC Internazionale wish to remember the men, women and children killed at the hands of the Nazis. Among the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, Inter pay tribute to Arpad Weisz, the most successful Nerazzurri coach of the 1930s. The brilliant Hungarian was born in Solt on 16 April 1896, becoming a footballer and then coach, primarily in Italy. He holds the honour of being the man who discovered Giuseppe Meazza, handing him a first-team debut in the Coppa Viola against Como. His last management job came at Dordrecht, in Holland. And it was from there that Weisz and his family made their last journey, to Poland and Auschwitz. Coach, father, human being: Inter remember Arpad, and the millions of people who lost their lives during the Holocaust.  Holocaust Remembrance Day, FC Internazionale wish to remember the men, women and children killed at the hands of the Nazis. Among the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, Inter pay tribute to Arpad Weisz, the most successful Nerazzurri coach of the 1930s. The brilliant Hungarian was born in Solt on 16 April 1896, becoming a footballer and then coach, primarily in Italy. He holds the honour of being the man who discovered Giuseppe Meazza, handing him a first-team debut in the Coppa Viola against Como. His last management job came at Dordrecht, in Holland. And it was from there that Weisz and his family made their last journey, to Poland and Auschwitz. Coach, father, human being: Inter remember Arpad, and the millions of people who lost their lives during the Holocaust. 

Zanetti Story - Official Traler

The official trailer of the new film about the great Javier Zanetti - Zanetti Story 


Periera to Estudiantes tomorrow - report



FcInternews.it reports that Alvaro Periera had a meeting with Estudiantes’s president Juan Sebastian Veron.  
During the meeting, the two discussed the player’s contract with the Argentine club.
The arrival of the former Inter defender is expected to be made official within the next 48 hours.
The Argentine club will take the player on loan until June, then pay Inter a mandatory redemption fee.

Croatia midfielder Brozovic joins Inter on loan



Midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has joined Inter Milan from Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb on a two-year loan deal with the option of making the move permanent, the Italian side said on their official website on Monday.
The 22-year old, who has scored one goal in seven international appearances, was part of Croatia's 2014 World Cup squad and joins his compatriot Mateo Kovacic at Inter.
Brozovic won two league titles with Dinamo after his move from city rivals Lokomotiva in 2012 and is a versatile central midfielder able to fill in several roles in the engine room.
"I am delighted to have joined a big club playing in a competitive league with lots of challenges lying ahead," he told Dinamo's official website (www.gnkdinamo.hr).
"I will miss the many friends I have made at Dinamo but on the other hand, I am really looking forward to life in Italy."

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Official: Moratti quits Inter

 
Massimo Moratti has ended an almost 20-year association with Inter by resigning his position as honorary President.
The 69-year-old was handed that title last year after completing a majority share transfer deal to Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir.
However, after just the 12 months in the new role, the petroleum tycoon has stepped down, along with his son Angelomario, Rinaldo Ghelfi and Alberto Manzonetto, directors who held Moratti’s three seats on the club’s board.
A statement from Moratti's company that holds his now minority share at the club has since surfaced to confirm the news.
“Internazionale Holding Srl, a company headed by Massimo Moratti and his sons Angelomario Moratti and Giovanni Moratti, and holds 29.5 per cent of Fc Internazionale Milano Spa communicates that today Angelomario Moratti, Rinaldo Ghelfi and Alberto Manzonetto have each individually resigned their posts as director at Fc Internazionale Milano Spa.
“Internazionale Holding Srl also announces that Massimo Moratti has today resigned as honorary President of Fc Internazionale Milano Spa kindly offered to him by Erick Thohir in November last year.”
Speculation this week has been that Moratti and Thohir were divided on management of the club moving forward.
Moratti took over the club and presidency in 1995 and in an 18-year reign saw Inter collect five Scudetti, four Coppa Italias, four Supercoppa Italianas, the Champions League, UEFA Cup and Club World Cup.
After months of negotiations, he then transferred a majority shareholding in the club over to Thohir in November 2013, for a reported figure of €250m.
Moratti’s father Angelo was also club President from 1955 to 1968, during the era of La Grande Inter.

Source: football-italia.net