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Mkhitaryan joins Inter Milan to become their fifth signing, club plans to compete more for league title

After his contract with Roma ended, the Armenian became the fifth player to sign with Inter. He joined the team at no extra cost.


Inter to battle with Milan

Based on the team’s most recent moves, Inter seems to be taking things seriously. With the addition of Mkhitaryan, the club has now brought in five new players: Joaquin Correa, Asllani, Onana, and Romelu Lukaku, plus Mkhitaryan. Marotta is currently signing a big market now that he is free. Inter had more at stake because their city rival Milan won the league last season. This made them want to make a bigger splash in the summer transfer window.


The 33-year-old player joins the team for free after his contract with Roma, where he played for three years and won the Conference League last season, ended. He will be remembered as the first player in Inter history who was from Armenia. He will sign a two-year contract that will pay him a net salary of $4 million per season. With him on the team, the midfield will be much more flexible and have a lot more offensive potential.


Mkhitaryan was an important player at Roma

Mkhitaryan scored 14 goals for Roma in the season before. He was one of the most important players in AS Roma and before he left, he told his teammates that he had given his all for the team and that they would miss him. Now that he has moved to Milan, he will be a valuable asset for Inter. This will give them more chances to play at the highest level. With these moves, Inter Milan is also committed to breaking not only the market but also the competitions that will be played this season.

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