Beppe Marotta spoke to the press prior to the Inter-Lecce match, touching on the transfer market and the Politano-Spinazzola deal that has seemed to have fallen through.
"I maintain that in football, before defining agreements it's necessary to not only make economic evaluations, but also physical and medical. After these evaluations, I quickly communicated to Petrachi and the agreement couldn't be completed. This is nothing new, Santon also was the object of a discussion that didn't find a conclusion. The medical evaluations are made in a punctual manner in an operation of 55 million. It's right that a club wants to verify all questions."
"The photo that Politano took doesn't depend on our management. Spinazzola, with us, didn't take any photo. The completion of an operation doesn't occur until after medical visits. You cannot arrive at an agreement without them. We spoke with Politano yesterday and explained to him the situation. He's a player under our ownership at this moment. Today he's our player, from now until the end of the market considerations will be made.
On Eriksen: "He's a player for Tottenham, whose contract is expiring. I was at dinner with his agent and it's all authorized within the rules. I still cannot say if Eriksen will arrive in January or June. Giroud? All the parties are working to complete this deal. Moses? I can say that he's a candidate."