The Egypt international wants to end his loan deal at Fiorentina to join the Nerazzurri and the Viola vice-president insists rules have been broken
Inter should be relegated from Serie A for breaking transfer rules in trying to sign Mohamed Salah, according to Fiorentina vice-president Paolo Panerai.
The winger joined Fiorentina on loan from Chelsea in January on an 18 month deal as part of the transfer which saw Juan Cuadrado go the opposite way.
However, the 23-year-old has the option to remain at Fiorentina for the remaining 12 months or return to Stamford Bridge and the Egypt international has made clear that he wants to end his time at the Stadio Artemio Franchi and reportedly join Inter.
Fiorentina have already said they plan to take legal action against the player and, in a series of tweets, Panerai called for action to be taken against Inter, while he also called on the president of the Italian Olympic Committee, Giovanni Malago, to intervene.
“Dear Giovanni, Salah is the final straw. We can no longer tolerate that signatures and rules are worth less than zero,” he said.
“If football clubs were to respect transparency rules, then Inter would already have been relegated. Whose money is it being used, is it starting from the Cayman Islands?
“Michel Platini knows that Inter have broken the Uefa Fair Play rules. For Salah and other players who cost millions. This is the chance to make an example of them.”