Sneijder very close

Wesley Sneijder is very close to sign for Inter, actually, only player need to talk with Inter Milan’s people.

According to our sources, the transfer will be finished next week after Super Coppa of Italy.

We will need to wait and see what will happen, but we are sure it’s gona’ be realised.

OFFICIAL: Eto’o ours

Shortly after the announcement of Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Barcelona, Inter have unveiled Samuel Eto’o after he successfully passed his medical at Appiano Gentile.

The Nerazzurri’s new striker was largely expected to sign tonight and put pen to paper on a five-year deal which will keep him at San Siro until 2014.

The Cameroonian is incredibly excited at the opportunity to start all over in a new country and has already claimed he wants to win the Champions League with Inter.

It is yet unsure when his official debut in the Nerazzurri shirt will be but the former Barça player is expected to join Jose Mourinho and his new teammates straight away.

We made from this deal 43m (selling Ibra to Barca), but if Hleb doesn’t arrive on loan, we could earn even more.

Etoo swap soon

“It’s done. An agreement between Inter and ourselves has been reached. Yesterday Samuel spoke with Mourinho and he is very happy,” Mesalles said outside the offices of Inter Vice-President Rinaldo Ghelfi.

“The only problem is with Barcelona. The player may arrive on Monday or Tuesday to work with Inter. It’s not official, but the agreement with Inter has been made. It’s a five year deal,” Mesalles concluded.

Zanetti’s interview

“To replace a world class player like Ibrahimovic, another great goal scorer will arrive in the form of Eto’o,” captain Zanetti told Argentine newspaper ‘La Nacion.’

“He’ll form a perfect partnership with Milito. They will get on like a house on fire.”

“Our intention is to be at the top at international level as well as in Italy. We are putting together a very strong side, on a par with the best in Europe.

“Of course it won’t be easy to challenge for the Champions League, because all the contenders are gaining strength, but we are doing very well and I am confident.”