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ITALY/ INTER, Thinking about Zarate ransom

17.04.2012 11.20 by Redazione TMW  read 2210
Source: Gazzetta Dello Sport
© foto di Giuseppe Celeste/Image Sport

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter are thinking about the ransom of Mauro Zarate. Moratti idea is to sign the player surely less then 16 million euros, as agreed in the summer for the ransom. The most probable hypotheses, is to let expire this ransom and then trade another one for 8 million euros.

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