The former president of the club is confident that the arrival of the player’s father in Milan to buy a house, near the neroazzurra headquarters, “could mean something.”
The former president of Inter, Massimo Moratti, referred to the speculations that grew last week about a possible hiring of Lionel Messi and ventured that it might happen sometime.
“Sometimes dreams do come true, especially in football. And the fact that his father bought a house in Milan, near the Inter headquarters, I hope it can mean something from this point of view. Perhaps, to sign the contract will go on foot, “he told ‘Radio Kiss Kiss’.
The speculations grew in Milan before the imminent arrival of Jorge Messi for the purchase of a property, but from the neroazzurro club they confirmed that they were not going to carry out negotiations to incorporate the Argentine captain of Barcelona.
In addition, coach Antonio Conte also clarified it: “I do not think there is a madman in the world who does not want Messi. But that type of situation is really very, very, very far from Inter.”
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