Inter Milan: Mancini could come back. Juventus: Osvaldo closer

Inter Milan: Mancini could come back. Juventus: Osvaldo closer
2013-01-04 - 12:26

As well known, the future of Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni remains uncertain, despite the recent declarations released by the Lombard club’s president Massimo Moratti. And the nerazzurri could have the possibility to bring back to “San Siro” 48 year old Roberto Mancini, actually at Manchester City. As reported yesterday by the Daily Mirror, in fact, the Citizens’executives Txiki Beguiristain and Ferrian Soriano seem intentioned to fire the Italian manager, who could then join his former club who seems to have always less chances to sign Real Madrid 50 year old Jose Mourinho. Inter keeps in the mid time to work to reinforce their team for the next season, but, as highlighted by calciomercato.com, it will be extremely difficult to obtain players like Barcelona 24 year old forward Alexis Sanchez and Bayern Munich 29 year old Arjen Robben if the team won’t qualify for the next Champions League. And it seems also difficult to sign young talents like Ajax 25 year old defender Toby Alderweireld, who, is tracked by Manchester United, who are ready to offer 12 million euros to the Dutch club.

Juventus keep on seeking a high-rated forward, and AS Roma 26 year old Pablo Daniel Osvaldo remains an extremely concrete option, considering that the Italy international is in awful terms with the giallorossi. Also Tottenham and Fiorentina are interested, but the Serie A defending champions seem to have gained the lead in the hunt for the former Espanyol player.