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Pizarro to Roma

GiorgioII2010-05-05 02:51:08 +0000 #1
It is pretty obvious now that he is going to be confirmed within the next few days, possibly sooner. Roma are apparently getting him for 4 million in a co-ownership deal. At least we will still own half of him. But there is not even an option allowing us to sign Mancini. Pizarro could have been useful this season. I don't know what Mancini is thinking. We are going to be very thin in the central midfield area. Just two injuries and we are down to Stankovic and Dacourt, with Solari or Cesar having to come into the left wing .

Oba will be out very soon also. 10 million will help refill the bank balance a bit .
Lance Knight2010-05-05 02:54:45 +0000 #2
well i guess he thinks Cambiaso and Vieria can hold down the fort
Ryan272010-05-05 03:04:59 +0000 #3
Well, I'd rather we just keep Pizarro than receive a small sum like that, even if it is just co-ownership. I just don't see the point of it.. After this sale, Inter may finally fulfil my prophecy and sign Fiore...
Sebastian2010-05-05 03:30:03 +0000 #4
...The Deal is off...Inter obviously wanted De Rossi or Mancini...but they didnt wanted to give him and i wouldnt give Pizarro under those conditiones either...Roma can go and Piss Off... ...
King Adriano2010-05-05 04:17:07 +0000 #5
this i good we didn't sell him for such low amount of money and now i'm feelin Inter are using every option 2 gain from every player we need 2 sell like just imagine if Roma needed him that much i'm sure they wont pay so much but we could have got Mancini's services.

we must save the shape of the 4 in CM in Vieira,Cambiasso and Dacourt with Pizarro replacements and Pizarro may take a starting role in certain matches.
Ryan272010-05-05 04:46:11 +0000 #6
Nah, Inter accepted Roma's modest offer. The transfer delayed because Pizarro wasn't convinced by Roma and thought he might prefer to stay at Inter. I think this transfer is utterly pointless unless Inter just have something else in mind. I know Moratti speaks of balancing the books, but this sort of transfer fee isn't going to achieve that.
GiorgioII2010-05-05 05:41:16 +0000 #7
Yep. Sadly it is back on .



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