Inter fans dream. Messi's father bought a house in Milan. The possible arrival of the Pulce in the Nerazzurri seems closer.
To launch the indiscretion is the journalist Filippo Grassia, in the broadcast “Zona Cesarini”, of Radio Rai who told of how Lionel Messi's father landed in Italy, in Milan.
Jeorge applied for residency in June and will be living near the Inter headquarters from August. A piece of news that sparked all the hell out of it.
Pulce's father has decided to transfer his business to Milan because, as explained by the site directed by Gianluca Di Marzio, since 2017 a law has come into force in Italy for which those who have a new residence in Italy are facilitated in terms of tax.
Messi is experiencing a nightmare season at Barcelona and, at the moment, the negotiations for the renewal of his contract , which expires in 2021, would have stopped.
Inter is one of the few clubs that, for economic power, could come forward to snatch the Flea from Barcelona.
Suning, owner of Inter, would, in fact, have the economic strength to satisfy the 33-year-old who receives around 50 million euros a year.
At the moment, however, there would be no negotiations underway.
From Spain, sources close to the blaugrana club tend to exclude that Jorge Messi in Italy is about to start negotiations with clubs interested in the champion.
Furthermore, in Nerazzurri circles, the hypothesis is defined as a utopia.
Meanwhile Messi is in Ibiza where he is relaxing together with teammate Luis Suarez.
A pause before returning to thinking about football, in particular the challenge with Napoli in the Champions League. (source GAZZETTA DELLO SPORT )
Source: Blitz Quotidiano