MILAN – At Inter, not only the transfer market of the attackers, but also that of the fullbacks, holds the bench. Cristiano Biraghi , who was born a football player in Inter, could return to the base after eight years. In the same way Dalbert, a footballer who failed to establish himself at Inter, could return to play in Nice, a club where he played before getting to Milan for 20 million euros more bonuses.
Inter and Fiorentina, as well as Inter and Nice, are working to complete this business with the formula of the loan with the right of redemption. Before taking Biraghi, Inter will have to place Dalbert at Nice.
With the Nice jersey, Dalbert collected 40 appearances with 0 goals while with the Nerazzurri he scored 26 appearances with 1 goal without ever succeeding. Antonio Conte put it on the market.
Not only transfer market, Inter greets Sneijder's farewell to football, one of the heroes of the Triplete.
Wesley Sneijder says enough with the football played. The 35-year-old Dutch midfielder and former Inter, with whom he conquered the 'treble' in 2010, announced it in Utrecht TV, his city. Considered to be the last of the so-called "Big Four" of orange football, along with Van der Vaart, Van Persie and Robben, Sneijder has made it known that he will begin his managerial career in the club: "My love for the city of Utrecht is great and I have an excellent relationship with the president with whom I spoke to enter the business area of the club. I can't wait to experience this great season ”.
Growing up in Ajax, Sneijder in his career has dressed the jerseys of Real Madrid, Inter (from 2009 to 2013), Galatasaray, Nice, and, lastly, that of the Qatari-born Al Gharafa. With the national team, Sneijder collected 134 appearances and 31 goals, participating in three World Cups (third place in Brazil 2014) and three Europeans (source Ansa).
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