AS Roma and Inter Milan would be prepared to offer Manchester United centre-back Chris Smalling, who does not count for his master Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, accommodation. He would be quoted at 22 million euros.
After being clearly outclassed by Sevilla in the last 16 of the Europa League, AS Roma are working hard on planning their 2020-2021 squad. All of which, incidentally, comes after they sealed their ticket to the Old Continent via the Serie A route, once the Giallorossi squad has performed at a high level in the regularity tournament in Italy.
The team’s technical secretariat in the Italian capital is hoping to count on 30-year-old Christopher Smalling, who has performed admirably at the heart of the defence during his loan spell at the Olympics. It seems that the defender is not part of Manchester United’s plans for the future, a situation that Roma are hoping to benefit from during the summer. The bets for this transfer are already served in the best payout online casinos with instant withdrawal.
Inter and Roma on the lookout
In any case, according to the information echoed by the Marca.com newspaper, Roma would not be the only Serie A entity to have expressed interest in obtaining Smalling’s pass in ownership. Inter Milan, with Antonio Conte at the controls of his ship, would also be willing to join the bidding for the Greenwich.
The ‘Red Devils’ would not be unhappy to see the British player take over, as he has not been able to win the confidence of United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Therefore, it would have valued the departure from Old Trafford of its player in a financial amount close to 22 million euros, so the duel would be more than served in the offices between Inter and Rome.
The Inter Milan puts the direct by Tanguy Ndombélé
Moreover, the side led by Antonio Conte, who is aiming to win the Europa League, will be keen to do their best to shore up their midfield with the Tottenham Hotspur player.
Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte is well aware of the disappointment of not being able to topple Juventus from the Serie A throne. Even so, the old acquaintance from La Vecchia Signora, Italy and Chelsea is more than satisfied with the image his charges have presented throughout the 2019-2020 campaign.
In fact, Giuseppe Meazza’s side are still aiming to end the current season with a title under their belt, given that they are one of the leading candidates for the UEFA Europa League, alongside Manchester United and Sevilla. For the time being, Inter are testing their mettle against Bayer Leverkusen in the quarter-finals of the Old Continent tournament.
Nerazzurri design a barter
However, the protagonism of this text falls directly on the figure of Tanguy Ndombélé (23 years old). The midfielder, who joined Tottenham Hotspur from Lyon the previous summer, has yet to win the confidence of Jose Mourinho. However, the former Real Madrid coach would not be willing to ease his departure from Spurs.
According to what is published in CalcioMercato, Inter would be willing to lower the cost of the operation (about 60 million euros) with an exchange. Therefore, pieces of the size of Ivan Perisic (31 years), as ceded in Bayern Munich, and Milan Skriniar (25 years), coveted by several European powers, could be part of this exchange.
Salva Ferrer will play the final of the play-off for promotion to the Seria A
The former Nàstic footballer qualified with his team Spezia for the last round after beating Chievo Verona in the semi-final of the promotion to the top category of Italian football.
Salva Ferrer will play the final of the play-off for promotion to the Seria A. The former Nàstic footballer qualified with his team Spezia for the last round after beating Chievo Verona in the semi-final of the promotion to the top category of Italian football.
Sant Joan Samora’s wingback played the 90 minutes of the match at the Stadio Alberto Picco stadium in the Liguria region, home of Spezia. In the first leg Chievo had won 2-0. A score that put the tie uphill. But the team coached by Vincenzo Italiano was able to come back.
In the second minute, Galabinov put Spezia in the lead and allowed them to dream of turning the tie around. It was not until after the break that Salva Ferrer and his team-mates scored the necessary goals (Maggiore in the 50th minute and N’zola in the 53rd) to reach the final.
Leverbe’s penalty that made the result 3-1 was not enough to prevent Spezia from reaching the final round of the play-offs, as at this stage the position in the regular ranking prevails over goals scored away from home. In this respect, Spezia finished third, behind Benevento and Crotone, already promoted, while Chievo were sixth in the table.
Salva Ferrer will be on the lookout this Wednesday for his opponents for the final place in the Seria A promotion. He will come out of the play-off between Frosinone and Pordenone. In the first leg of the match at Frosinone Pordenone won by 0-1.