According to the famous Italian newspaper’ Tuttosport, Jose Mourinho will be given £100m by Inter Milan to improve his squad which was eliminated from UEFA Champions League last week by Manchester United.
The Tuttosport stated Mourinho is looking to bring new faces to improve his weak defense and our Serbian defender Nemanja Vidic is the name he is looking for. It will be difficult for the special one to convince Manchester United to sell their best defender who can score more than 5 goals each season for the Red Devils. Although Inter are willing to pay more than their neighbor AC Milan, I think Sir Alex Ferguson will not listen to the Italians offer.
Meanwhile, Zenit St Petersburg are targeting Manchester United number two goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak who has made just 18 League appearances in three seasons at Old Trafford. The Russian club will offer £4million which is good offer as Man United brought him for £2.125million from West Bromwich Albion in 2007.
It is good offer which Manchester can accept. Ben Foster is doing well and seems to take the first spot when Van der sar retires and Tom Heaton loan to Cardiff City will finish this June. So the sale of the Poland international will not cause Manchester United any problem under the crossbar.
What do you think?