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The club's director feels that everyone has a price, including 'Ibra', and what a price too...

Inter director Marco Tronchetti Provera believes anyone brave enough to bid €100 million for Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to twist Massimo Moratti's arm into selling him.

Provera has revealed the club's plans for the future and admits that only minor adjustments are needed rather than grandiose spending. All the hype has been on Ibrahimovic. Although the striker is contracted until 2013, the Italian admits that mammoth offers will be considered.

"Ibrahimovic is a great champion. Will he go for €100m? That is a question for Moratti, but I think I know the answer to that as it would be difficult to refuse such an amount," Provera told Sky Sport Italia.

"I think the team just needs touching up as it is very strong in every department. Inter have all the characteristics to remain competitive."

The Nerazzurri clash with Juventus this weekend as they aim to strengthen their grip on the title.

Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com

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