Inter’s January transfers round up

Inter’s January transfers round up
February 3, 2015 14:37
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With the end of the January transfer window, with so many ups and downs, so many emotions going through the Nerazzurri faithful everywhere in what seemed to be one of the best windows in the last five years, here we’re going to take a look at the new signings:

Lukas Podolski:

Poldi joined Inter on a six month loan for €600,000 that might get up to €1M in case of Champions League promotion with no option to buy at the end of season, which means he is returning to Arsenal at the end of this season.

He is an excellent striker, with a very strong and determined left foot, but one is afraid that he is past his prime as he has stayed for a very long time without playng, he didn’t impress in the few game he played for the Nerazzurri, looked like a lost kid on the wing, didn’t see his shots till now.

SempreInter Score: 6/10

 

Xherdan Shaqiri:

Shaqiri joined Inter on a six months loan for €2M with obligation to buy at end of season set at €13M.

He is a young talented hot prospect, he is high valued, class and speedy, creative passer and with lots of ambitions, I would consider him the best signing Inter have done since Sneijder’s transfer in 2009.

SempreInter Score: 8/10

Marcelo Brozovic:

Brozovic joined Inter on an 18 month loan for €3M with obligation to buy at end of next season for €5M.

He is a talented midfielder, this guy who plays along Rakitic, Kovacic and Modric in the Croatian national team is a stone in midfield with lots of creative passes, waiting to see more of him in the black and blue shirt.

SempreInter Score: 6/10

Davide Santon:

Santon joined Inter on a six months loan for free with an option to buy at the end of season for €3.7M, that becomes obligatory if he started ten games for the nerazzurri in any competition.

Well, this name is familliar to the Inter fans, part of the winning treble team in 2010, was promising then but it’s been a long time since he played an official match for New Castle, with only 59 minutes played this season one can’t judge him well, he was good and we are optimistic about him.

SempreInter Score: 6/10

Oliveira, Correia & Kehrer:

Promising Primavera players but can’t say much about them now, we wait and see.

SempreInter Score: N/A

Let us know your opinions about each new arrival.

By Marwan Salama
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