MILAN - Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o could
be on his way from Inter Milan to wealthy Russian club Anzhi
Makhachkala in a big-money move.
According to media reports Anzhi, who boast Brazilian left
back Roberto Carlos and former Chelsea midfielder Yuri Zhirkov,
have bid 30 million euros for the four-times
African Footballer of the Year and plan to offer Eto'o 20
million euros a year.
"There has been an informal meeting," Inter sporting
director Marco Branca told www.gazzetta.it after leaving talks
"We have listened to their proposal but given it is an
important player, it is not a deal you can wrap up in an
afternoon. We will reconvene."
Eto'o, 30, made his name in Spain with Real Madrid and Real
Mallorca before winning the 2006 and 2009 Champions League with
His first season at Inter in 2009/10 yielded a treble under
then-coach Jose Mourinho following a swap deal with Zlatan
Although the goals still flowed, Eto'o has never looked
entirely comfortable in Serie A and has not learned Italian.
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