Martin Montoya is the latest addition to the Inter squad following the arrival of Geoffrey Kondogbia, Joao Miranda and Jeison Murillo. The Inter rebuild is certainly taking shape and the signing of the Barcelona full-back will certainly reinforce a weak area for the Nerazzurri. The squad is now taking shape under manager Roberto Mancini and there will be more additions to come. While fans can feel optimistic about the upcoming season, there perhaps should also be a little bit of caution too....
When the dust settles and the transfer window has closed, Miranda signing for Inter Milan will perhaps not be at the top of anybody's list when it comes to reviewing the summer's business.
While it ranks low when it comes to shock value or even in fiscal terms, it should place high when it comes to sense. The Nerazzurri have identified one of their major weaknesses and picked the right man to help them solve it.
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Calculated, efficient, researched and professional are perhaps just a few words that adequately describe Nerazzurri's transfer dealings thus far. It is not even July, and yet the club has begun strengthening their team with incredible dynamism. The business has been innovative, so much so that it has been dubbed "The Inter Formula" by Italian media outlet Corriere Dello Sport due to its methods.
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Twelve years ago, Inter coach Hector Cuper went public with his desire for owner Massimo Moratti to sign "an imposing centre-back." Cuper went even further, identifying the ones he had in mind so there could be no misunderstanding. "A Jaap Stam or Alessandro Nesta," Cuper said. Alas, his wishes went unfulfilled. Both would join Milan, although not simultaneously, after...