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Lance Knight2010-05-05 02:21:02 +0000 #1

Torino back in for Inter Milan striker Recoba

ugust 20, 2006

Torino president Urbano Cairo spoke with Inter Milan supremo Massimo Moratti on Friday about the availability of Alvaro Recoba.

Cairo hasn't given up on trying to sign Recoba, who is also wanted by Catania, and was encouraged by Moratti, who admitted the player is available.

Along with Recoba, Cairo also asked about young defender Marco Andreolli, but Moratti insists the player is not for sale.

what u guys think about this?
Sebastian2010-05-05 02:26:05 +0000 #2
...he can leave...i would be happier if he goes and play...insted of laying on the bench and earning his huge salary for nothing... ...
Lance Knight2010-05-05 02:56:50 +0000 #3
pretty much yea, and if anything martins could stay now
Sebastian2010-05-05 03:32:22 +0000 #4

Originally Posted by Lance KnighT

pretty much yea, and if anything martins could stay now

... queit...shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...he's gone dude... ...he's the only one that i want hiim to leave...
Lance Knight2010-05-05 02:51:08 +0000 #5
i read somewhere Newcastle are pretty far along in talks for him,
femi_62010-05-05 03:38:44 +0000 #6
recoba should go too
Lance Knight2010-05-05 03:06:19 +0000 #7
well it is a high possibity


Moratti discusses Inter Milan future with Recoba

August 22, 2006

Inter Milan patron Massimo Moratti will spend today in talks with Alvaro Recoba and his agent about the Uruguayan's future.

Moratti has offers from Torino and Sampdoria for the attacker and will discuss a loan move with Recoba over lunch today.

Recoba knows he'll see little action this season at Inter and stated last week he would consider his future at the San Siro in December should he be left in the stands for the first-half of the campaign.

An announcement about Recoba's situation is anticipated for this evening.
#1 Recoba fan2010-05-05 03:06:19 +0000 #8
It looks as though Martins is as good as gone with a nice ten million pounds coming our way so Id say Recoba is staying where he is.



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