Fiorentina want Inter ‘transparency’

by | Jul 5, 2015 20:41

Fiorentina director Paolo Panerai again accused Inter of an illegal approach for Mohamed Salah and asked for “transparency.”

His earlier Twitter rant sparked a firm response from the club, stating “it is not acceptable for anybody to talk out of turn about our club, casting doubt over its solidity and transparency.

Fiorentina director Paolo Panerai again accused Inter of an illegal approach for Mohamed Salah and asked for “transparency.”

His earlier Twitter rant sparked a firm response from the club, stating “it is not acceptable for anybody to talk out of turn about our club, casting doubt over its solidity and transparency.

“Given that Fiorentina is clearly attempting to involve Inter in a matter that doesn’t concern it, in order to cover up a problem between Fiorentina and the player Mohamed Salah, F.C. Internazionale will make recourse to any authority necessary in order to protect its image and integrity.”

However, this evening former Vice-President and current member of the Board of Directors Panerai was back on Twitter and did not hold back.

“Inter say nobody dare, nobody dare. I personally will dare and again demand transparency, just like the Corriere della Sera and the Gazzetta dello Sport. From the Cayman Islands…

“Inter say that Salah is not an issue that concerns them. Good. I’ll be very happy to give them credit for that at the end of the story.

“Meanwhile, Fiorentina sent a legal warning.”

Fiorentina have activated their option to extend Salah’s loan from Chelsea for one more season, already paying the €1m fee.

Salah claims he has power of veto, but the Viola state he missed the deadline to make that clear and this paperwork was not part of the original contract anyway.

The big problem is that Salah’s agent said he will return to Chelsea only temporarily, as he wants to join a different Serie A club.

This is believed to be Inter, in which case the Nerazzurri would have approached the player while he was under contract.

Meanwhile, FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio said this weekend he was “worried” about the investments on the market from Milan and Inter.

“The balance sheets of the two clubs shouldn’t allow for certain expenses, unless there’s something under all this I am not aware of.

“Perhaps they think that the cost can be backed by their own funds. We are talking about men of honour, so I am sure they will keep their promises.”

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