A forward and a midfielder: these are Inter Milan’s priorities for the current transfer window, as perhaps confirmed by their president Erick Thohir to the Corriere dello Sport; and, for what concerns the midfield, the Indonesian tycoon himself has named Cardiff City 27-year-old Gary Medel; but, as outlined by calciomercato.com, the Bluebirds’ chairman Mehmet Dalman has told Walesonline that the Cile international will join the nerazzurri only if they will pay entirely the amount requested (8 million euros plus bonuses); even for this reason, the Lombard club remains attentive to the situation of Napoli 29-year-old Valon Behrami. Regarding the offensive line, yesterday Manchester City 24-year-old Stevan Jovetic has told Sky Sport that he wants to remain at the Citizens, so Inter are now focused on Manchester United 26-year-old Javier Hernandez and Southampton 28-year-old Pablo Daniel Osvaldo: according to the Daily Mail, the Saints have understood that it will be almost impossible to earn the amount paid last year to AS Roma for the Argentine-born Italian player, and are ready to let him join the nerazzurri on loan with right to buy.
City rivals AC Milan keep on working to reinforce their team’s flank, and today their Chief Executive Adriano Galliani will probably meet Torino president Urbano Cairo to talk about 27-year-old Alessio Cerci: the rossoneri could make a final attempt for the Italy international as, according to the Corriere dello Sport, in the next 48 hours will probably yield their forward Robinho.