The Swede’s transfer, believed to be around the region of €36 million in cash and Samuel Eto’o as makeweight, is still currently locked in negotiations and the deal could depend heavily on whether or not the Cameroonian accepts terms with the Nerazzurri.
However, Laporta has admitted that ‘Ibra’ will be on his way to the
“I think that if Samuel decides to join Inter, he will be going to one of the best teams in the world,” he was quoted by AS.
“The only thing that remains is for the club to reach an agreement with the player. The two parties are negotiating the conditions, just as we are with Ibrahimovic.
“In any case, whether or not Eto’o stays or goes, Ibrahiomovic will be coming to
“We are very grateful to him because he did everything possible to join
“We made a significant offer for him to
As things stand in the Ibrahimovic front, it is reported that both Inter and Barca have agreed terms, but both players are still busy discussing their wage demands with their respective future employers.
KS Leong, Goal.com
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