Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta has voiced his displeasure despite being able to secure loan extensions for both Alexis Sanchez and Victor Moses in the past few days.
Both player’s original loan deals expired yesterday but an agreement has been reached for them to stay at the club for a little while longer with Marotta revealing there are different conditions attached to each loan extension.
“There is time for the transfer market. Moses and Sanchez? We reached agreements to have them available with different conditions, at least until the game against Getafe,” Marotta explained in an interview with sports broadcaster DAZN moments ago prior to kick-off.
“It is an anomaly that I have already denounced. It is impossible to play such an important competition with players who may not be available.”
Marotta proceeded to speak on Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, who Inter have been heavily linked with for some time and confirmed that for the time being there has been no talks with Brescia over him despite their good relations.
“Inter want to have young players at their disposal, because they are the future. Not only do I like him, but so do many Italian football experts. Today he a Brescia player. We have not yet dealt with each other, even if the relationships with Cellino are great.”
This season Tonali, who has also been linked to Juventus and many other top sides, has made 26 appearances across all competitions to date. In his time on the park so far, he has scored one goal and provided five assists for his teammates.