Saturday, December 25, 2010

Kaka, Fabiano linked with Inter

A number of players have been linked with Inter Milan even before new manager Leonardo starts his job proper on 29 December.
The former AC Milan boss replaced Rafael Benitez after the club confirmed his appointment on Friday.
Days before his departure from San Siro, Benitez issued an ultimatum to Inter chief Massimo Moratti over strengthening of the squad.
Now it appears Moratti is set to fulfill the Spaniard's wishes but this time with Leonardo reaping the benefits.

According to Italian sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport, Leonardo is keen in bringing fellow countryman Kaka to the San Siro.
The Brazilian playmaker's future at Real Madrid has been clouded after appearing to fall down the pecking order in Jose Mourinho's plans.
And he could be given a new lease of life at the San Siro - this time with Inter.
But it remains to be seen if the 28-year-old is willing to join the Nerazurri after spending six years playing for their local rivals.
Another Brazilian linked with the club is Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano.
The 30-year-old is growing weary of life at the Spanish club and would relish a fresh challenge - and no better way to do that than at Milan with his fellow countryman Leonardo.
His agent made it clear his desire: "We'd be happy to go to Inter, to join Leo."
Meanwhile, another Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport claims that young Genoa centre-back Andrea Ranocchia could well be on the way to Inter in January with versatile Udinese youngster Alexis Sanchez also on Leonardo's mind.
Last but not least, Fiorentina captain Riccardo Montolivo joins the list of players linked with the European champions.
The 25-year-old's contract ends in 2012 and the club may be forced to cash in on him instead of losing their skipper on a free.

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