Commenta per primo

As previously reported, the situation of Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni has become extremely difficult after the two consecutive losses against Tottenham and Bologna; but also the position of Technical Director Marco Branca doesn’t seem so strong, as it seems obvious that some mistakes have been done during the last transfer windows. And, no matter what the recent rumours say, the Lombard club’s president Massimo Moratti has sent a stark warning to both of them: the nerazzurri’s number one has admitted that the team, during last night’s game, has pratically collapsed and that Stramaccioni and Branca will remain only if the results will change. In any case Inter keep on working to reinforce their team for the next season and, according to Clarin, have found a formal agreement with 23 year old attacking midfielder Rubén Botta, whose contract with Club Tigre will expire at the end of the season: the Argentine player will sign a five-year deal with the nerazzurri and will earn 1 million euros per season plus bonuses.

Completely different situation for city rivals AC Milan, who in the last three months have obtained some excellent results in both the Serie A and the Champions League: and their coach Massimiliano Allegri, who has been criticized for a long time, is now required by many clubs: according to the Corriere dello Sport, for example, Shakhtar Donetsk have offered to the 45-year old a four-year deal at 6 million euros per season.