Today, Corriere dello Sport writes about Inter’s situation in the transfer market: “If Inter want to invest in the transfer market, they must first sell to raise money. If Guarin is not going to Chelsea, (it seems that the interest from the Blues for the midfielder has subsided), Andrea Ranocchia will be key for Inter in the transfer market to bring in money.”

“In recent days there has been talk of a move to Juve for the defender and now Borussia Dortmund have opened their eyes for national team defender, because the Germans are still missing two key players in defense in  Hummels and Subotic. Borussia are said to be willing to add 10 million to Inter’s coffer for Ranocchia, a figure that could be reinvested in the transfer market: the most striking tracks are those leading to Vucinic or Quagliarella.”