Inter want Song

18 May at 12:00

There is not only one great attacker in Inter's plan: Branca & Co. are looking for a young quality midfielder, who can help build the Inter of the future. Thiago Motta and Stankovic's physical condition and Zanetti's age are pushing the Nerazzurri to invest. With Sahin lost, gone to Madrid, there are new targets, starting with Fernando, who Branca will see this evening in Dublin, in the Europa League final between Porto and Brega.

Montolivo of Fiorentina, Modric of Tottenham and Casemiro of Sao Paulo remain possibilities, but Alexander Song, of Arsenal could be more probable. Born in 1987, the player from Cameroon has a French passport and can play both as a midfielder or central defender like his uncle Rigobert, the historical captain of Cameroon who played for Salernitana in Italy. In 2005 Inter tried to acquired him from Bastia, without success. Song's contract will expire in 2015 and he's worth 16 million euro.

 
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