The loan formula is increasingly used in the modern transfer market. So much so that this year FIFA has intervened by changing the regulation, effective from next July 1st. By introducing time limits (maximum duration of one year) and number: at any time of the season a club can have a maximum of 3 professional players on loan from another club and vice versa; moreover, at any time during the next 2022/2023 season, each club can have a maximum of 8 professional players on loan and the same number on loan; the upper limit will drop first to 7 in 2023/2024 and then to 6 in 2024/2025. Players aged 21 or under are excluded from the count.
HOW TO DIMARCO? – One of the positive surprises in Simone’s Inter Inzaghi it’s Federico Marco’s, returned from Hellas Verona last summer. The Nerazzurri coach hopes to do the same with at least one other young player. Maybe it will be the Belgian defender Zinho Vanheusden (born in 1999), returning from Genoa as well as the forward Eddie Salcedo (2001): reverse path for the Ecuadorian Felipe Caicedo (1988).
TRIS IN MONZA – The promotion to Serie A triggered the redemption obligation of 4 million euros for goalkeeper Michele By Gregorio (1997) at Monza, which instead asks for a discount for the defender Lorenzo Pirola (2002) compared to the 7.5 million agreed: possible agreement at 4 million with a percentage on future resale. The Brianza club of the president Berlusconi he is also interested in midfielder Stefano Senses (1995), fresh off a four-month loan at Sampdoria.
DIAMOND TIP – The prized piece is Andrea Pinamonti (1999), author of 13 goals in Serie A with the Empoli shirt. Inter will use it to raise cash on the market or as a trading pawn, for example for the Italian forward Gianluca Scamacca (1999) of Sassuolo or for the Brazilian defender Gleison Bremer (1997) of Turin, which also evaluates the two jewels of the Nerazzurri Primavera champion of Italy: the Argentine Franco Coals and the Italian Cesare Casadei (both 2003). Samuel Muleteers (2000) is one year younger than Pinamonti, but in Serie B he scored half of his goals: 6 (plus one in the Italian Cup) with Crotone relegated to C.
FROM ABROAD – As part of the negotiations for the Albanian midfielder Kristjan Asllani (2002), another Nerazzurri striker among the Uruguayan Martin can go to Empoli Satriano (2001, author of 4 goals in Ligue 1 with Brest, which also includes the French midfielder Lucien Agoumé 2002) and the Italian Sebastiano Esposito (2002). Scorer of 7 goals this season at Basel, where the Swiss Darian Males (2001) is on loan until June 30, 2023. Same date for the Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao (2000) to the Cruzeiro, while the Argentine striker Facundo Colidio (2000) is on loan to Tigre until 31 December 2022. Reims redeems French defender Andreaw for 3.5 million euros Gravillon (born in 1998). After promotion to the Eredivisie, the Dutch Volendam club coached by former Nerazzurri Wim Jonk he intends to confirm the Italian attacking midfielder Gaetano Oristanio (2002) and Serbian goalkeeper Filip Stankovic (2002, son of art).
EXUBERS IN THE BAND – Finally there are two thorny cases: the Brazilian left-back Henrique Dalbert (1993) returning from Cagliari relegated to Serie B and paid 21 million euros to take him from Nice in 2017; the Austrian right fielder Valentino Lazaro (1996) back from a loan to Benfica and paid 22.4 million euros to take him from Hertha Berlin in 2019. A total of 43.4 million euros for two sides that no longer fit into Inter’s plans.
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