Davide Santon’s move to Inter Milan will be made permanent in the summer, since it seems that Inter Milan wanted him to prove his fitness before they committed to making the move permanent.
Davide Santon while at Newcastle for three and a half years
Since joining his former club on the last day of the January transfer window Davide has played regularly for the club and put in 10 appearances and he seems to have proved his fitness to those at Inter-Milan.
There are reports coming out of Italy that Davide has now reached the number of games it was agreed to between the clubs when the move would be made permanent.
Davide played 94 times with one goal for Newcastle, and the deal at Inter will presumably now become official on July 1st – when the summer transfer window opens, and that explains why no move to bring him back from his loan at Inter was made by Lee Charnley.
Newcastle could have done with Davide playing for Newcastle through the end of the season, given the injuries we have had to both Paul Dummett and Massadio Haidara.
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