Report: Inter Set To Wrap Up Diego Milito & Thiago Motta Deals

Nerazzurri chief Moratti will meet with his Genoa counterpart today to solve the impasse over the South American duo.

With the Scudetto celebrations over, Inter have set out to complete the signing of Genoa stars Diego Milito and Thiago Motta.

The Serie A champions have been in negotiations to sign the Argentine striker for months and ‘El Principe’ was in Milan yesterday to iron out the final details.

Milito is expected to pen a four-year deal worth €3.6 million, while Brazilian playmaker Thiago Motta, who has rekindled his career at Marassi this term, will tie himself to the Beneamata until 2014 with wages of €3m per year.

And La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Nerazzurri president Massimo Moratti will personally hammer out a deal with the Grifoni when he meets with Enrico Preziosi today.

As has been suggested in recent weeks, Inter will splash out almost €30m to secure the architects of Genoa’s stellar campaign: €16m in cash plus the services of striker Robert Acquafresca who is valued at around €13m.

Moreover, the Nerazzurri will loan out 22-year-old defender Leonardo Bonucci and goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano, who is currently with Brescia but agreed a switch to the Lombardy giants last February.
 
Vince Masiello, Goal.com