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Inter Milan wants to sign a South American jewel at zero cost

By Mauricio Saenz

Inter Milan wants to sign a South American jewel at zero cost

The Italian team wants to strengthen itself in the best way to defend the Serie A title

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In the recent history of Inter Milan, many South American players appear among the most prominent. Javier Zanetti, Walter Samuel, Iván Ramiro Córdoba, Juan Pablo Sorín, Esteban Cambiasso, Juan Sebastián Verón, Álvaro Recoba, Rodrigo PalacioDiego Milito and Lautaro Martínez, among others, are some of the players from that region who shone at the Italian club.


Each and every one of them was key to obtaining different titles throughout the club. And to continue the legacy of South American players who made history at Inter Milan, the Italian club set its eyes on a Colombian jewel that plays in Argentina and that will be released on June 30.

We are talking about Rafael Santos Borré, who is a scorer in River Plate in Argentina and at the end of June he has the pass in his possession since he hasn't yet reached a renewal agreement with the Millionaire.

"Inter is on the hunt for Borré," headlined the sports daily Tuttosport, which ensures that the Milanese club has a firm interest in the Argentine club's attacker.


According to the Italian portal, "taking into account the frequent injuries of Alexis Sánchez and the definition of the future of Lautaro Martínez, the name pointed out by Inter is Rafael Santos Borré, whom Inzaghi already analyzed with videos during his management in Lazio".

Rafael Santos Borré's goals at River Plate


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