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French midfielder Yann M'Vila has joined Inter Milan on a season-long loan deal from Rubin Kazan.
M'Vila arrived in Milan last week and underwent a medical but waited until Tuesday morning to finally train with the Nerazzurri outfit.
Inter Milan will retire Javier Zanetti's number four shirt in tribute to the Argentinian star, the club's president Erick Thohir has announced.
Reported Tottenham target Esteban Cambiasso has revealed he is considering offers from top European clubs.
The former Argentina international becomes a free transfer in July after Inter Milan did not offer him a contract extension after 10 years at the San Siro.
– Esteban Cambiasso speaking to www.fcinternews.it
My career for the time being is still in Europe. I have several proposals from big clubs but as a sign of respect for them I will not reveal the negotiations that my father and my brother are undertaking.
Blackpool winger Tom Ince has rejected a move to Inter Milan and confirmed he intends to play in England next season.
The 22-year-old England Under-21 winger looked set to follow in father Paul's footsteps and play at the San Siro next term, having met club officials last month.
But Ince has confirmed he will not be playing abroad in 2014/15.
"I am flattered to have received such strong interest from several big European clubs," he was quoted as saying on the Daily Mail's website.
"But I believe at this early stage of my career I need to continue my football education in England.
"I still have ambitions to one day play in Europe.
"I am now looking forward to what lies ahead next season."
As Ince is under 23 Blackpool will be due compensation when he makes his next move.
Inter Milan coach Walter Mazzarri has confirmed he will remain in charge of the Nerazzurri next season.
Mazzarri has led the club to a fifth-place finish in Serie A and qualification for the Europa League in his first year with the San Siro outfit.
Zanetti played in more games than any Argentinean and ranks fourth all-time (with only 3 keepers ahead of him) according to the man himself.
Zanetti's footballing career almost didn't happen. He easily could have been a bricklayer/construction worker in Buenos Aires.
Perhaps playing over a 1000 games was easy for a man who used to carry bricks for his father as a child. That's where the work ethic began.