Italian job for Vidic as Inter president reveals deal
Nemanja Vidic looks set to sign for Inter Milan at the end of the season after the Italian club’s president claimed the deal is ’90 per cent’ done.
The Serbian has already confirmed that he is leaving Manchester United with his contract set to expire this summer.
And Inter chief Erick Thohir has indicated that Vidic will be moving to the San Siro.
Off: Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic (left) looks set for a move to Inter Milan this summer
‘Vidic? I can not say more than that 90% is made,’ he said.
‘When everything is defined we will make an announcement. Do not make me say anything that is not concrete yet.’
Vidic, 32, has spent eight seasons at Old Trafford, winning five league titles during that period.
Cheer up! Vidic returned to Old Trafford this week with his team-mates after a break in Dubai
Meanwhile, former United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has said his old club must give David Moyes more time to settle into the job.
The Scot has struggled so far this season with United languishing in seventh place in the Premier League.
‘It’s sure they won’t be able to win the title this season but one thing I have not doubt about is that they will still hand out some nightmares and headaches before the end of the campaign,’ Iran coach Queiroz said.
‘It’s not my old team, it’s my team. Of course I still care. We’ll be there, don’t worry, just give us a little bit of time we’ll be there. David (Moyes) will be fine.’
Italian job: Inter Milan are currently fifth in Serie A and are closing in on Vidic’s signature
Source: Daily Mail