Something that had been expected for several weeks happened. Piotr Zielinski has almost officially become an Inter Milan player.
Fabrizio Romano provided information about the Pole and reaching an agreement with the new employer. The Polish footballer has successfully passed a medical examination and will become a new Inter player. The Milan club acquires a solid player from Serie A, straight from one of its rivals in the fight for high goals. The Pole moves to Milan from Naples, the team that is still the current champion of the Apennine Peninsula.
Fabrizio Romano speaks officially about Piotr Zielinski at Inter
Piotr Zielinski has been playing for the senior team of the Italian peninsula since 2012. His first club was Udinese. Then a loan at Empoli, and finally from the 2016/17 season he became a Napoli player. It was in Naples that the Polish midfielder blossomed, becoming one of the most valuable players in the second line of Serie A.
In the 2022/23 season, the Pole won the coveted Italian championship for Naples. In addition, Napoli performed well in the Champions League, being one step away from fighting for the most important trophy in club football on the Old Continent.
However, as it turned out, this was Zielinski’s last successful moment in Naples. Ultimately, the Pole did not receive the contract terms he expected from the club management. More precisely, from… Aurelio De Laurentiis, the eccentric owner of the club. Inter Milan did not have to wait long to take advantage of the opportunity by reaching an agreement with the Polish midfielder.
On Monday (that is, February 12), information about Zielinski’s medical examinations in Milan appeared. Romano, having published a post on social networks specifically dedicated to the Pole’s transfer to Inter with the slogan “Let’s go!”, only finally confirmed the authenticity of the entire deal. It looks like it’s only a matter of time before Inter officially confirm that the Napoli man will be their player for the new season. It will just be a formality.
Transfer news from Romano, including the transfer of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich to Barcelona, is almost one hundred percent true.
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