Moratti: I'm a-Frey-d not
By Nadia Carminati. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Internazionale supremo Massimo Moratti has ruled out a move for Parma's Sebastien Frey.
Inter are having something of a goalkeeper crisis, with Francesco Toldo's season littered with uncharacteristic errors, and there were suggestions that the Nerazzurri could make a shock move for Frey.
Inter brought Frey into Italian football, but after two spells in the Nerazzurri side, the Frenchman was finally loaned and then sold to Parma.
Moratti insists that Inter will stick with the goalkeepers they already have on their books, insisting that Toldo, and reserve Fabio Carini are good enough.
"Frey? For the moment not," said Moratti.
"We will stick with the keepers we have and Carini is a good possibility on which to bet.
"Toldo is a player with good experience and good capabilities and he must keep his chin up.
"Saturday, before his dismissal, he was showing that he is coming back to form.
"We have no plans for the keeper role."