Unsettled Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has been linked with a move to Italy and a battle could ensue between AC Milan and Inter for the Dane's signature this summer.
Inter recently defeated AC in the Milan derby by a score of 2-1, but the Nerazzurri's opener came off the arm of Adriano, an action that infuriated Milan vice president Adriano Galliani earlier in the week.
However, Galliani was in a slightly more jovial mood on Tuesday, when he spoke about a possible Milan derby for the acquisition of the Reds defender.
"Inter is a good at winning derbies with the use of a hand and a hand is also needed to sign a contract," he said ironically to Calciomercato, perhaps still bitter at the defeat and implying the Nerazzurri could swoop for Agger. Galliani did not comment on the decision of the Italian sports judge not to penalize Adriano for the opening goal at the San Siro.
Currently, Milan are preparing for their UEFA Cup first-leg match in Germany against Werder Bremen. Meanwhile, Inter take on Manchester United in the Champions League next week.
Adam Scime, Goal.com