Goal – Valencia are interested in Kondogbia, Inter only want loan

July 16, 2017 20:00
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Geoffrey Kondogbia’s future may be in Spain according to Goal.com. Valencia have decided to give it a go with Inter for the French midfielder. The Nerazzurri would accept the offer for loan with the right of redemption, and now the former Monaco is considering the proposal of ‘Los Che’. Kondogbia has the last word for a possible return to La Liga after the experience at Sevilla. Even Barcelona are interested, but are yet to send a formal offer.

Source: Goal.com

Samer Alfahad
By Samer Alfahad
  • inter_island

    No Sale.. Kondo stays…

  • Dani Milekić

    So bad against Nurnberg. Incredibly bad. Some of the worst decision making I’ve ever seen.

  • I miss Marco Branca at Inter !

    did you watch him play so far this preseason ? he’s absolutely awful ! He’s got no brains let alone skill … watch inter’s preseason 2-1 loss to that unknown german team and watch one of the goals they scored compliments ok this guy…..he’s got the ball in front of the 18 yard box with nobody in front of him so instead of dribbling with the ball he shoots it straight to center to the opposition and 3 touches later it’s in the net……40 mill for this guy ? you can buy Dybala for that kind of money !!

  • hitman

    The Farsa link is rubbish give us 10-15M an ill send him by express delivery

  • Il Principe di Persia

    Later today: Troll.com reported Spalletti says we are so close to agree terms with Nainja.

    After 30 mins: Pallotta said Nainja renewd his contract with Roma.

  • Il Principe di Persia

    Troll.com strikes again

  • nozanneti

    go kondo, don’t wait a second, you are gonna flourish there.

  • il Biscione

    And Inter was just a stepping stone for Kondogbia towards bigger clubs lol. But where does this Barca rumor come from? Where does Barca need a midfielder who only uses his left foot, has no vision or shooting ability?

  • Gt

    Give bambi legs for free, include “own goal” samurai and ranocchia as sweeteners