MILAN – Inter Milan are unlikely to sign Mauro Zarate permanently at the end of the season. The reason, the striker on loan from Lazio with a dowry of 2.7 million euros is considered less contribute to the maximum so far this season with the Nerazzurri.
According to Sportmediaset, Thursday (12/29/2011), Inter are not satisfied with the performance of the Argentine players, featured as many as 12 games this season with the Nerazzurri, Zarate has not even scored. The Zarate scored the only goal for Inter against CSKA Moscow are in the Champions League group stage.
Inter themselves actually have to pay 15.5 million euros if you want to permanently contracted Zarate, the actual values are considered large enough for a player whose contribution is not maximized.
However, another reason for Inter’s decision not to sign Zarate in the long run is also related to their interest to the young star of Sao Paulo, Lucas Moura. 19-year-old striker who is continue to be associated to move to the Giuseppe Meazza with in recent weeks.
Lucas Moura is believed to be priced at 30 million euros by the Sao Paulo, and Inter president Massimo Moratti seem to prefer to channel their money to secure this wonderkid.