Kostas Mitroglou is on the watch list of many top class clubs in Europe with his recent performances, especially after his magnificent hat-trick against RSC Anderlecht in the Champions League.

Among the clubs that showed interest about Olympiacos’s forward is Inter Milan. The Italian giants, after saying farewell to Massimo Moratti’s era, and welcoming the era of the Indonesian Tuoxi Er, they are trying to improve their squad.

Towards this direction Mr. Er, according to recent newspaper reports in Italy, asked for Mitroglou’s transfer. He believes that the young Greek fits perfectly in his plans for his Inter Milan.

He wants to attract all the attention possible by signing a player that every top club in Europe has on its watch list. Olympiacos is reported to ask for a fee at around €8 million for Mitroglou, an amount that is not prohibitive for Mr. Er.

Tuoxi Er is trying to start his era impressively by signing a hot name of nowadays but is this the desirable start that he wants? Mitroglou surely is a very capable and promising player, but he is already 25-years-old with little meaningful experience until this season.

Admittedly Mitroglou has improved throughout his career but I do not believe that he is capable of making the difference and having a real impact to a top class club like Inter Milan.

If Mitroglou’s transfer will be completed it will be a move of impression and not a move of essence. I do not believe that Mitroglou will help Inter enough to warrant a deal. The only help that Mitroglou might offer is towards establishing Mr. Tuoxi Er as the new boss in European football.

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