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INTER MILAN - An overall 200€m outlay on five players

24.06.2019 09.52 by Claudio Colla  read 1284

Running a significant team makeover, under new fancy boss Antonio Conte, Inter Milan top brass, according to Tuttosport, are about to spend a nearly 200 million euros overall sum, spread over five new players: flankman Valentino Lazaro (23, Hertha Berlin), midfielders Stefano Sensi (23, Sassuolo) and Nicolò Barella (22), strikers Romelu Lukaku (26, in the pic on the left, leaving Manchester United) and Edin Dzeko (33, AS Roma). Meanwhile, a bunch of current Neroazzurri roster members supposedly are on their way out, including Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic, Borja Valero, Joao Mario, Joao Miranda, Antonio Candreva, Dalbert Henrique, besides the ones not to be bought back (Sime Vrsaljko, Keita Baldé Diao, Cedric Soares).

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