According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter’s transfer market strategies have not changed a bit. The paths to Javier Pastore, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Ramires are still wide open where the last two players are alternatives since they both are non-EU citizens, as dry loans, possibly two-year loan deals with a mandatory redemption, as long as none of the parameters of the deals conflict UEFA’s directives for Financial Fair Play.
In the Ramires case, the player himself is pushing hard for an Italian solution and he has made that clear for Suning, owner of the team Jiangsu Suning. The only remaining obstacle here is Ramires high salary of €10 million, something the Chinese owners want Inter to take full responsability of. A transfer dark horse, still according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, could be Tottenham player Erik Lamela – a player previously followed by both Inter and Inter Director of Football Walter Sabatini.