Inter never keen on Brazilian duo

Inter Milan chief Marco Branca has rubbished suggestions that the Italian and European champions have been attempting to secure the services of Ronaldinho and Kaka.
The Brazilian pair have been linked with a host of clubs as the January transfer window swung open for business and new coach Leonardo is said to have a close relationship with both players.
But the club’s Head of technical staff told journalists at a press conference that neither star will be donning the famous blue and black shirt.
“Kaka? We have never given any consideration to such an eventuality,” Branca told the gathered press pack.
“Ronaldinho? When I read this in the morning I thought it was more a media necessity to fill space, rather than serious news. If we never thought about Kaka, then we certainly did not consider Ronaldinho.”
The former Nerazzurri striker was more receptive of transfer talk surrounding Udinese attacker Alexis Sanchez however, stating: “Sanchez? I have a 23-year relationship with Udinese and we have never had any problems, but I said before our market will go forward in June. Inter are following him, but there are also other clubs. For now we are ok as we are.”
The Chilean World Cup favourite is said to be keen on a switch to Inter, although English Premier League giants Manchester United are said to be monitoring the situation closely. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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