Inter Want Trio Of Strikers To Replace Adriano "Drogba, Milito Or Acqua''

The constant trouble with Brazilian striker Adriano has forced the club to seek alternate options in an effort to replace the star. Adriano has returned to Inter Milan’s training base following his vacation in Brazil, but his stay at Inter seems to be close to an end. The player arrived a day late for training again this week, and coach Jose Mourinho has had enough of his antics. The club is now willing to sell Adriano, but there are two main problems standing in the way of his departure. The Nerazzurri want at least 15 million € for his transfer and they want to find a replacement during the January market window. According to Telelombardia, the main players targeted to replace Adriano are Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, Diego Milito from Genoa and Cagliari’s Roberto Acquafresca. Drogba cannot play in the Champions League with another club this season as he is cup tied so an attempt to lure the attacker is likely to be made in the summer. Twenty-nine-year-old Milito is the next best option in the minds of the Nerazzurri, but Genoa consider him off limits on the market. This leaves 21-year-old Robert Acquafresca, who is set to return to Inter in June, as he is only on loan at Cagliari. The youngster lacks experience at a top club like Inter, but the situation may demand that he be brought back earlier than expected.


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