Former Liverpool playmaker Suso entered the records book for his brace against Inter, but his team had to be content with only one point.
AC Milan and Inter Milan had to share the derby spoils on Sunday as a late equaliser from Croatian winger Ivan Perisic denied Milan a memorable win.
Chelsea are reportedly facing competition from Liverpool and as many as three other Premier League clubs in their pursuit of Inter Milan midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
The Italian manager is keen to add more steel to the midfield as Chelsea look to build on their good start.
Liverpool have had an excellent start to the season, but Jurgen Klopp could be looking to bolster the squad in January. Now, Inter Milan and France midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has been linked with a move to Anfield.
Internazionale marched to a 3-1 victory over relegation-battling Palermo to establish themselves in fifth position in the Serie A, with summer recruits Ivan Perisic and Geoffrey Kondogbia impressing for Roberto Mancini's side.
Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez wants a more physical presence in his midfield to compliment the finesse of Luca Modric and Toni Kroos and has singled out Kondogbia as the perfect fit, as per reports in Spanish newspaper AS. Kondogbia has been a target of a host of clubs across Europe, including Arsenal FC and Liverpool FC who are both looking to reinforce their midfield. Real Madrid are looking to gazump the two Premier League clubs to the Frenchman , after missing out on him when he was sold from Seville to Monaco two years ago. The reports says that Real Madrid’s sporting directors have already sounded out the 22-year-old’s representatives about a possible move to the Santiago Bernabeu. Kondogbia was on the top of Real Madrid’s target list two seasons ago but the Doyen Investment Group had a hand in the Frenchman’s decision to leave Seville on a €20 million deal to sign for Monaco, with Real Madrid then going on to sign Asier Illarramendi from Real […]
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