In the early morning of October 7, Beijing time, the Portuguese sports official announced that Inter midfielder Mario would return to the team on loan.
Joao Mario was loaned to Lokomotiv Moscow last season. After the loan period expired, he was not bought out, but returned to Inter Milan.
However, he has no future at Inter Milan, after Inter Milan allowed him not to return to the team for training.
It is reported that the salary during the loan period of Joao Mario will be borne by Portuguese Sports.
Joao Mario was born in Porto, Portugal in 1993. The 27-year-old is now a midfielder. He made his debut in the Portuguese Super Setúbal Club in the 2013/14 season. He has seen a blowout in the seasons of joining Portuguese Sports. Selected as the main player of the Portuguese national team, wearing the No. 10 jersey, in the 2016 European Cup with the Portuguese team and finally aspired to the Delaunay Cup. Later, he transferred to Serie A giants Inter Milan with a worth of 45 million euros, but was rented out by the team many times due to poor condition, and played for West Ham United and Lokomotiv Moscow.
Today, Joao Mario has returned to Portuguese sports on loan after a lapse of 4 years, playing for the end of the season, and will wear the No. 17 jersey worn by the team before.
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