NEWS
Wednesday December 22 2010
Leo in pole for Inter job

Inter President Massimo Moratti is seriously considering the appointment of Leonardo as Rafa Benitez's replacement.

By now, it looks like a matter of days until Benitez gets the sack even though he told reporters yesterday that he would be back from a Christmas holiday in Liverpool in time for training at Appiano Gentile on December 29.

La Gazzetta dello Sport understands Benitez has received an email from Inter's lawyer and that despite his public desire to stay on at San Siro, his time is up.

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Wednesday December 22 2010
Report: Inter want Leonardo and Kaka

Not only is Leonardo reportedly set to take over from Rafa Benitez, but Inter could also exchange ex-Milan star Kaka for Douglas Maicon.

It is widely claimed that former Rossoneri Coach Leonardo is the hot favourite to replace Benitez during the winter break.

This move across the city could cause controversy, but not as much as the other rumour doing the rounds in the Italian media.

Sportmediaset suggest Inter are also in negotiations to bring Kaka back to San Siro wearing the Nerazzurri colours.

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Tuesday December 21 2010
Leonardo ready to replace Benitez?

Former Milan boss Leonardo is reportedly on his way to replace Rafa Benitez on the Inter bench.

President Massimo Moratti was in Spain today, seemingly for negotiations with Benitez's agent over terminating the contract.

“I have not received any contact yet and in any case cannot say any more right now, as I am very busy,” agent Manuel Quilon told Calciomercato.it.

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Thursday December 16 2010
Leonardo's 'Milan misunderstandings'

Adriano Galliani has finally confirmed Leonardo quit Milan because “some of his ideas did not match with those of our President.”

The Coach resigned after just one season at the helm and took several sideswipes at patron Silvio Berlusconi as he left.

“Some of Leonardo's technical ideas did not match with those of our President, but there has to be a debate,” confessed Vice-President Galliani on Milan Channel.

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