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Ibra wanted to leave, says Massimo Moratti

Monday, July 27, 2009

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti insists he has agreed to sell Zlatan Ibrahimović to Barcelona because the Swede wanted to leave.

The former Juventus striker is leaving Inter in a transfer worth €45 million plus Samuel Eto’o and the free loan of Aliaksandr Hleb.

Ibrahimović has been Inter's best player since joining the club in 2006 and his precocious talents will undoubtedly be missed at the San Siro.

Moratti, though, claims that it was the 27-year-old's own wish to go.

He told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "Ibrahimović made it clear more than once in the last few months that he wanted to change clubs.

"He told me he was keen to continue his development somewhere else.

"We're talking about someone rather indifferent on a sentimental level - a professional."


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