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Mario bid rejected


Filed: Tuesday, 20th March 2018
By: Staff Writer


West Ham have seen an opening offer for Inter midfielder Joao Mario rejected, according to reports from Italy.

Although United's Premier League status is far from assured, Italian media report this morning that Inter have rejected an offer in the region of 12million for the Portuguese international, who costs the Milan club 40million (plus 5million add-ons).

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Mario, who has been on loan at West Ham since January is available for transfer but the Nerazzurri are seeking to recoup a figure far closer to their original outlay, when they signed the midifleder from Sporting CP in August 2016.

Mario, 25, who is set to play a vital role for his country at this summer's World Cup Finals is said to be keen to make his move to the Premier League permanent.





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