The arrival of José Mourinho in place of Mauricio Pochettino marks a change of course decided for Tottenham which starts a new era. The Argentine, in charge since 2014, leaves the Spurs in 14th place in the standings and with the qualification for the Champions League round of 16 almost reached. Now it will be up to the Special One to put the formation of north-east London back on track and give new motivations to the club and the players. The first changes, in this sense, could have important implications in a key market with effects that could also directly concern Inter.
Because with the change on the bench the talk about expiring players ends in standby, which in February would have already been able to sign pre-agreements with new companies. Among these, besides Toby Alderweireld that Mou would have already wanted to Manchester United, Jan Vertonghen also stands out, as more and more insistent voices give Inter an orbit. Now it's up to Mourinho to decide whether to let them go or convince them to stay renewing their contracts. The hottest theme, however, is that of Christian Eriksen who wanted to move to Real Madrid in the summer, while the Juventus and Inter tracks are now to be considered enormously complicated given the cost of the card. Leaving aside therefore the speech renewals, particular attention must also be paid to the position of Nemanja Matic : the Serbian can leave Manchester United in search of a new project in which to feel central. Here too, Inter and Juventus are on alert and sniff the opportunity. The feeling between the rocky midfielder and Mourinho, however, is now historic and after the adventures together with Chelsea and then at United, should Matic really leave Manchester it would be difficult for the other competitors to convince him not to follow the Portuguese again.
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