Italian Paper Talk: Inter Milan Owner Discusses Premier League Transfer Targets

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Thohir insists that management have a plan in place for the future.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Inter Milan owner Erick Thohir opens up on his potential summer transfer targets to boost the squad.

Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.

– Erick Thohir exclusive: “Everyone under scrutiny… I’ve trust in my colleagues, but each has to react… Walter Mazzarri and I need to get to know each other better, but he already knows that I want Europa League, and that we have to plan for the future… Edin Dzeko, Fernando Torres, Alvaro Morata – one of those can be our goalscorer. Bacary Sagna?  Up to him”.

– Cesare Prandelli renews for another two years, objective European Championships.

– Mattia Destro-Ciro Immobile, tonight the challenge with a view to Brazil.

– It’s super Carlos Tevez, debut season and he scores more than Ibrahimovic and Platini.

– Mario Balotelli and that tweet on false people “referring to life”.

– Massimo Cellino, no Leeds – the English league “he’s dishonest”.

Image courtesy of Corriere dello Sport.

– Prandelli, you can save us – the Coach renews to 2016, there will be revolution to help the youth system, change the fixture calendar – over to him to relaunch Italian football.

– Our investigation into the fall of Serie A: Lack of top managers and stadiums.

– Fiorentina General Director Macia: “Here the guys work half as much as in Spain”.

– Juve ambushed near stadium in Catania: “Threats on the bus”.

– Mario Gomez out for another month.

– No English for Cellino, he can’t have Leeds.

Image courtesy of Tuttosport.

– Tonight Roma-Torino, tomorrow Juventus-Parma, the challenge continues.

– Immobile-Tevez, without truce.

– Prandelli renews, “what pride!”.

– De Marino: “Atalanta destined for big things”.

– AC Milan, step up Luciano Spalletti for the new start.

– Mazzarri is furious, Inter on trial.

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