Thursday, June 02, 2005

[inter-mania] Digest Number 1399

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1. BREAKING NEWS!!
From: wisnu wardhana <aquaism@yahoo.com>

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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 2 Jun 2005 10:17:28 -0700 (PDT)
From: wisnu wardhana <aquaism@yahoo.com>
Subject: BREAKING NEWS!!

Chelsea in £65m (USD 85m) Adriano bid Thursday 2 June,
2005

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Chelsea are today being linked with a record breaking
£65m transfer for Inter sensation Adriano.

Reports in Rio de Janeiro this morning suggest that
the Premiership champions are ready to dig deep in
order to net the 23-year-old.

And the player himself has fuelled speculation that he
could be set for a summer move to England.

"I am happy at Inter and I still have a lot of years
left on my contract," he is quoted as saying. "But
Chelsea have come in with an exceptionally strong
proposal."

Inter have insisted on many occasions this season that
they intend to keep Adriano, who is tied to them until
the summer of 2008.

However, they may be tempted to sell if the London
club really do table such a bid for the former Parma
and Fiorentina ace.

It’s believed that Juan Sebastian Veron, currently on
loan at Inter from Chelsea, would be involved in the
deal.

The Nerazzurri could also look to replace Adriano with
Parma ace Alberto Gilardino, who will be sold by the
Tardini outfit in the summer

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Inter enter Cassano chase Thursday 2 June, 2005

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Inter are ready to renew their rivalry with Juventus
by taking them on in the chase to sign Antonio
Cassano.

Reports yesterday suggested that the Bianconeri had
made an initial bid for the Roma sensation.

But the Milan giants are ready to complicate matters
by tabling a more enticing offer to the capital
outfit.

Juve are understood to have offered around £9m, plus
Adrian Mutu, for the striker who is only contracted to
Roma until 2006.

The Stadio Olimpico side are believed to have turned
that down by requesting two players, Mutu and Alessio
Tacchinardi, plus £10.5m.

That may allow Inter to hijack Juve’s move on the
player who is so desperately wanted by Bianconeri boss
Fabio Capello.

Owner Massimo Moratti is allegedly ready to hand over
£10m plus two players such as Emre or Giorgios
Karagounis.

However, there is also the possibility that Inter may
offer Roma the services of Alvaro Recoba.

The Uruguayan, who has also been linked with
Sampdoria, is set to leave the San Siro after failing
to break into the first team.

The proposed arrival of Recoba would apparently be
welcomed by Francesco Totti, who signed a new deal
with Roma this week after receiving ‘guarantees’ about
summer signings.

Cassano has also been linked with Real Madrid but the
Italian international is likely to remain in Serie A.

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