Beppe Marotta and Marco Branca have reportedly met today, with talks over Mirko Vucinic and Fredy Guarin not ruled out.
Inter and Juventus were close to swapping the two players earlier this month before, prompted by fan protests, Nerazzurro chief Erick Thohir pulled the plug.
Whilst both players have been subsequently linked with moves elsewhere, Vucinic reportedly turned down interest from Valencia and Arsenal yesterday, whilst Guarin has been back training with Inter ever since.
However, on from the Colombian’s outburst on Twitter this morning, the Gazzetta dello Sport report that Inter’s sporting director Marco Branca has held talks in Milan today with Juve director general Beppe Marotta.
Whilst the reason for these talks is unclear, the pink paper say that reigniting a possible swap for Vucinic and Guarin cannot be ruled out.
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