The transfer market would not exist if there were no competition to sign some stars. That is why we can regularly see how rivalries between clubs are becoming increasingly serious. This would be the case of Inter Milan and Barcelona, as both are after Tiago Djaló.
At the moment, Inter is in second place in the Serie A table. Clearly it is being an excellent season for the club. It is clear that they cannot afford to finish just one step away from winning, so they need reinforcements, so they do not intend to let the Lille player go.
A next winter reinforcement
If the club has already done well in this start of the season, the plan is that in the second half they will do just as well or better. This they can only achieve if they improve the squad, and that is why they have set their sights on the Amadora player. He has been doing an excellent job at his club, but his contract is about to expire.
As his contract is nearing expiration, he has practically immediately entered the Catalan club’s roadmap. The team needs economically profitable signings, and the central defender’s signing fits very well into their plans. The problem is that in Spain they do not have planned to make offers in winter.
Free, or in winter On the one hand, there is Xavi’s team that wants Djaló for free. As his contract ends in the summer, the plan is to bring him in at no cost, but this does not seem possible. In Serie A they are ready to make an offer in winter.
The club plans to make a proposal of around €10 million, an amount they estimate to be sufficient, and if this happens, the Blaugrana will be out of the game.