Soccer-Milito hails Inter after friendly win over AC Milan

MILAN, July 27 - Striker Diego Milito found it
"easy" to settle into his new Inter Milan side after scoring
both goals in the Italian champions' 2-0 friendly win over AC
Milan in the United States.

The Argentine, signed from Genoa, is likely to partner
Samuel Eto'o in attack this season once the Barcelona forward
completes his swap with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

"I would have found it enjoyable with Ibra but I will find
it fun with Eto'o too. It is easy when you have great champions
alongside you," he told Italian media on Monday.

AC Milan rookie coach Leonardo, who has not yet been able
to lay his hands on a replacement for Kaka, the Brazilian
playmaker sold to Real Madrid, conceded reinforcements were
needed following their lacklustre showing in Massachusetts.

"We need a bigger squad, it was enough to see the changes
Inter made compared to us," the Brazilian said.

Leonardo added that Real striker Klaas Jan Huntelaar was
still a potential target after a move for Sevilla's Luis
Fabiano stalled.
(Writing by Mark Meadows in Rome; Editing by Peter Rutherford;
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