Italian fullback Matteo Darmian made a big contribution in the Italian Serie A title race for Inter Milan after he scored the winning goalin a tight game at home to Cagliari in what was the penultimate league game for the Nerazzuri in the Italian top flight.
Inter Milan are the pacesetters in the title race and are closing in on a first league title in over a decade but they found it hard tobreak down stubborn Cagliari until the intervention of Matteo Darmian. The Ex-Manchester United and Torino player scored from close range with 13 minutes left on the clock after good work from AchrafHakimi and RomeluLukaku.
Italian international Matteo Darmian has had to play second fiddle to fellow new signing AchraafHakimiin the right-back position at Inter Milan. Matteo Darmian has seen little playing time in the position since the signing of Moroccan international player Hakimi. The lively fullback is widely regarded as the best right-sided defender at the moment on current form. He joined the Nerazzuri in a big money move from Real Madrid.
The Spanish giants have had to field an attacker at right-back this season to suggest that the club misses Hakimi, who would have slotted into the role with minimal fuss. Spanish international Dani Carvajal is the first choice right-back but he has not been able for manager Zinedine Zidane for a big part of this season due to injuries and the Frenchman has turned to Spanish attacker Lucas Vazquez to do a job at right-back. Lucas Vazquez has played there several times this season in the absence of Dani Carvajal. Continue reading
Matteo Darmian was on target for Inter Milan as they secured the result they wanted during the Champions League clash with German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Moenchengladbach. The Germans played host to the San Siro outfit in what was a Group B meeting. Ahead of the matchday five game, the Nerazzuri knew they had to beat their hosts and group leaders to stay in the hunt for a place in the knockout stage.
Borussia Moenchengladbach were the Group B leaders before matchday five and they maintained that spot despite the slender loss to Inter Milan on Tuesday night. The Italians edged the game which produced five goals as Inter Milan secured a crucial 3-2 win at the home of the German Bundesliga club. Italian international Matteo Darmian set the ball rolling for the visitors who had to win the game to take the battle to qualify for the Champions League knockout stage to the final matchday (matchday six) in the group stage. Continue reading
Manchester United coach has said to havetargeted a dig at Jesse Lingard and Diogo Dalot after the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle earlier this season. Both have had difficult campaigns at Old Trafford for various reasons with Dalot failing to nail down a starting berth despite the departure of Matteo Darmian.
Both have also struggled as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side found their way past Norwich and into the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday night.
The Italian team Parma Calcio is currently going through an injury crisis with many of its vital players undergoing injuries. Head coach Roberto D’Aversa was hoping to start Vincent Laurini at the right-back position at Torino because Matteo Darmian has not fully recovered from his injuries. But Vincent Laurini has suffered a Grade I soleus muscle strain in his right leg. The calf strain has ruled out Vincent Laurini completely from the game. It is a matter of time to see when Laurini will be able to return to the field.
The Inter Milan has begun with the transfers for the Summer Transfer Window. Inter Milan is currently in talks with the Serie A club Parma Calcio about Matteo Darmian. Matteo Darmian had no shortage of links to Nerazzurri during the January Transfer Window.
Manchester United had accepted yet another loss-making deal as they have allowed the defender Matteo Darmian to return to Italy. Italy Seria A club Parma has signed a four year deal with the player.
It is reported that Parma has paid around 3.6 million pounds to Manchester United to buy Darmian who was up for sale for quite some time. Manchester United was trying to offload the full-back for over a year but they could not find any suitor at his asking price. Finally, they have accepted a far lower bid for Parma.
Manchester United enjoyed a successful past week with the club completing the transfer of Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan Bissaka.
One of the new signings Daniel James was spotted at Carrington on Monday. James was signed in the summer from Swansea for a fee believed to be £17 million. The player was all dressed up for training ahead of the pre-season training.
Former Manchester United defender Rafael da Silva believes that the team should keep Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their manager. He said that the Norwegian has turned the team around and that he has shown that he has the quality to manage at the highest level.
Rafael da Silva believes that Manchester United has been changing managers too often in recent years and that they need to have some stability now. He said that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right man for the job as he has played for the team and know what fans expect from them.
Matteo Darmian, who is the full back of the club of Manchester United is very close to joining the club of Juventus on a deal of loan until the season’s end in a deal that will also see the champions of Italy having the choice to sign him in the summer and that so permanently for around £7.1m.
The contract of Matteo will expire in this summer but there is a possibility that United may extend this deal for a term of 1 more year in order to get a good fee for the player. The player, who is just 29 years old, has a total of 36 caps for the team of Italy joined the club of United in the year 2015 but he has not played on a regular basis for Jose Mourinho, Louis Gall or the Ole Solskjaer who is an interim manager at present.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is keen for Matteo Darmian to stay at the club, according to reports.
The Italian defender has made just one appearance for United this season and is thought to be eyeing a return to Italy in the January transfer window.
The 28-year-old, who signed for £12.5 million in 2015, was reportedly close to a move away from Old Trafford in the summer but ESPN
reports that Mourinho does not want to lose the right back in the upcoming window.