After the Champions League match against Barcelona scheduled for December 10 at San Siro which will decide the fate of Inter's European path, there will be a market summit between Marotta , Ausilio and Conte .
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, much obviously depends on the qualification to the knockout stages. The Nerazzurri leadership, thanks also to the treasure that will derive from the sale of Gabigol , is ready to invest above all in midfield for a young and prospective profile.
The name that everyone agrees on is that of Dejan Kulusevski , a 2000 class Swedish from Parma , but owned by Atalanta , who is coming to light in this first part of Serie A. The cost is around 40 million and despite the competition of Juventus and the Premier, the Nerazzurri are pushing both to have it now and in the summer. But for the moment the Emilian club keeps it tough, it doesn't want to risk salvation.
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