Inter released Thiago Motta to PSG

January 31, 2012 11:59pm CST
Inter Milan has finally release their mid fielder Thiago Motta, to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on the last day of the transfer market. The Brazilian would only be borrowed PSG until the end of this season. As reported by Football Italia, the certainty of a move to PSG Motta reportedly by his agent, Alessandro Canovi. According to him, Inter and PSG have agreed on such transfers. With the move, Inter automatically lose a number of players in the transfer market these days. Previously, the "Nerazzurri" have also been released another mid fielder Sulley Muntari, to AC Milan. However, Claudio Ranieri's farm team has brought Porto midfielder, Fredy Guarin, on loan until the end of this season. In addition, Inter also rumored to be soon Genoa midfielder, Jurac Kuckac, and Sampdoria, Angelo Palombo. What do you think about this news? Do you think Inter will be weaker without Motta? Do they need hire another player?
1 response
• Indonesia
1 Aug 12
I think that with or without Motta Inter Milan Inter Milan will still be due to inter the big team and definitely a lot of great players who also want to play for Inter. To cover the departure of Motta Inter can take advantage of Dejan Stankovic in there in order to balance attack and defense.