Internacional will sell Oscar for right price

July 16, 2012 at 09:55 Leave a comment

Internacional president, Giovanni Luigi, has said that the club will sell Brazil midfielder Oscar but only for big bucks. “If an offer comes in that meets our evaluation, we will negotiate. [But] what we want is the biggest deal in the history of Brazilian football” said Luigi.
With their plans to sign Nilmar from Villarreal thwarted, Inter have also stated that they will do all they can to hang on to Brazil forward Leandro Damião who has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs.

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