As was expected, no new players were signed by Inter during the last day of this summer’s transfer market for an Inter that already had done everything in advance.
That is why during the last day there were only reports of minor exits and the last minute turn around from Inter attacker Yann Karamoh, who decided to remain in Milano when turning newly promoted side Parma down in order to fight with the rest of the competition in order to get a place on the roster.
Remaining also is Portuguese midfielder Joao Mario and Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport confirms Joao Mario’s status: “The Portuguese international is not part of the project and will therefore have to look for another team. Given what has happened and the current situation, there is no other way than to send him away on a loan deal with the right to redeem.
“As always these past couple of weeks, Spanish side Real Betis is in pole position, the club that has shown most interest for the player, but beware of German side Schalke 04. While on the subject, although ex-Juventus player Claudio Marchisio is up for grabs” – after being released on a free transfer by Juventus – “Inter is not interested in signing the player” Tuttosport concludes.