Fredy Guarin’s agent says his client is upset after his error last night against Livorno cost Inter two points.
The Nerazzurri were 2-1 up against the Amaranto with five minutes remaining, only for the Colombian’s weak beck pass to put Innocent Emeghara through for the equaliser.
“He’s a bit sad about what happened yesterday,” Marcello Ferreyra told FcInterNews.it. “He likes to start matches, like all players.
“There always seem to be doubts about him, and this seems to be a real injustice.”
The agent was then asked whether Guarin wanted to leave San Siro for Juventus in January.
“The situation was very clear,” he said. “Fredy had a meeting with Inter in July 2013 and wanted a renewal, something that didn’t happen.
“Neither Fredy nor I had any say in Inter’s negotiations with Juventus. That was something only the clubs were involved in.
“No one asked him whether he truly wanted to go to Juve or not. The only news we ever got was that the move was going through and that we had to sort out the final details with Juventus.
“Then everyone knows what happened, but no one ever asked me or Fredy if we wanted the move.”
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