Tom Ince was a summer target of Inter Milan and even though the transfer window is not over, Ince has already revealed his desire to continue playing in the Premier League which means that Inter Milan will have to focus and set their sights on other players which might be easier to sign in the transfer market.
One of the latest decisions that Inter Milan has made in relation with adding players into their squad after their failure of signing Tom Ince is taking full ownership of Mauro Icardi.
Mauro Icardi was co-owned by Sampdoria and Inter Milan but a few days ago it was confirmed by the team which is being guided by Walter Mazzari that their agreement has terminated and now the Argentinean player is fully owned by Inter Milan.
“FC Internazionale and U.S. Sampdoria have reached an agreement to terminate their co-ownership of the striker who is now fully owned by Inter,” Inter Milan said in a statement on Tuesday.
Newcastle United’s Hatem Ben Arfa made a total of 27 league appearances for his club in the previous season but 14 of those appearances came as a substitute player which is evidence of the time he has spent on the sidelines of the English club and that he has not made a very significant impact in the team of Alan Pardew.
Considering the fact that Ben Arfa is not a consistent first time player and choice for Alan Pardew in Newcastle United, it would be a good decision for the English manager to sell Ben Arfa and utilize the cash injection to strengthen areas of the team that are in need of reinforcement.