No Inter talks but Veron keen - agent
By Nadia Carminati
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Although Hidalgo confirmed Inter coach Hector Cuper's desire to sign the Argentinian international, and the midfielder's interest in a move to Giuseppe Meazza, it is still not known if Manchester United want to cash in on their expensive star following the sale of David Beckham to Real Madrid.
There has also been speculation in Italy that Alvaro Recoba could swap clubs with Veron, and Hidalgo feels this could be possible, even though high-profile exchange deals rarely come off in England.
"For Veron, the transfer to Inter will be a big personal ambition," revealed Hidalgo. "But it remains to be seen what Cuper asks and to get understanding if he's (Veron) in his (Cuper) game-plan.
"For Veron, coming back to Italy and going to Inter will be an agreeable thing.
"Better, it will be a personal ambition.
"But, at present, there aren't negotiations opened between president (Massimo) Moratti's club and Manchester.
"I know only that the Inter management would like him willingly, but I can't affirm more than this."
As for the Recoba swap rumours, he added: "It's a possible way (of doing things)."