Inter Milan must sell before buying warns Moratti
Thursday 28 October 2010
Internazionale president Massimo Moratti has admitted that his club will need to sell players to be able to strengthen their squad in the January transfer window.
Head coach Rafa Benitez is reportedly keen on adding to his options in the New Year, but Moratti says that the Spaniard will need to move players on to free up funds for any deals.
“I don't know if we will do something, we are looking around,” Moratti told the Italian press.
“But to buy we must sell. We will see if we are able to do both of these things.”
Meanwhile, out-of-favour Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari is hoping to ensure that he is not one of the players allowed to leave the San Siro.
He told Sky Sports: “I am working hard to get back in the good books of the manager, so I am not talking about moving - we will talk around January.”
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