Andrea Ranocchia has given his approval to a move to Sampdoria. According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Inter can begin to make moves on the January transfer market. Everything began yesterday when Ranocchia told is entourage that he would accept Sampdoria’s proposal. The defender wants to play, and after a better technical offer, he has given his consent. This move will not allow Inter to reinvest, and is more of a technical investment. Inter have been discussing Eder and Soriano for weeks now. Anything can come in handy right now. With Ranocchia on his way out, Inter need to bring in another defender. Inter are after Empoli’s Barba, whose contract expires in 2017. The Tuscan club have an abundance of talented players including Saponara, Mario Rui and Tonelli. They want 5 million for Barba, but may lower their request to 3 million euros. Fiorentina and Napoli are after the defender too.