ROME – Dries Mertens goes to Inter. Or maybe in Rome.
In short: where will Dries Mertens go in the end?
The Napoli striker, born in '87, on the expiry of a contract, is approaching with increasing insistence at Inter and Rome.
La Repubblica writes:
Dries Mertens goes to Inter. An important blow for the Nerazzurri, who win the performance of the Belgian from Napoli, also chased by Chelsea, on a free transfer as his contract with the Neapolitan club will expire in June. Relations between the player's entourage and the Milanese club have intensified in the last few days, and a general agreement has been reached for a two-year contract.
All done? Maybe.
For example, the Gazzetta dello Sport writes:
Dries Mertens: a dream or little more at the moment. But, absolutely, for months it has been the first name that Fonseca made to Petrachi. The feeling, however, is that for the Belgian also in Trigoria they have very few hopes, while the other objectives are more concrete.
So Inter seem a bit more ahead of Roma.
On the contrary: the Republic says that an agreement has already been found.
Will Inter Milan close for the Belgian forward? All that remains is to wait for official confirmations. (Sources: La Repubblica, La Gazzetta dello Sport).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano