The Nerazzurri are designing a cunning plan in an attempt to lure Milito...
La Gazzetta Dello Sport claims the Nerazzurri will call back the Italian hitman from his loan spell at Cagliari at the end of the season in order to use him as bait in an attempt to convince the Grifoni to part company with their man.
Genoa president Enrico Preziosi has maintained his firm stance on Milito, stating that only a mega offer will twist his arm for the prolific hitman. However, voices surrounding the Rossoblu claim the Argentinean striker is itching to join Jose Mourinho's men.
Although the Nerazzurri are planning a grand scheme to land their target, signing Milito will be far from straight-forward. Inter are ready to offer cash plus Acquafresca on a co-ownership deal. However, the report suggests Genoa want the full rights to the youngster and it is here the deal may become complicated. In addition, Genoa will have to pay Real Zaragoza €11 million upon the sale of 'El Principe'.
Fernando Hidalgo, the player’s agent, is in Italy and ready to negotiate Milito's future with Inter.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com