We should use the dude as a bargaining chip in some deal, for example with Atalanta for Conti or Sass for Berardi. Soften the blow for us, sweeten the deal for them and include a buy-back.
It's a win-win. He gets to play regularly in a well-run club and we get guarantees that he'll play, as Bluenine already proposed.
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Inter have to do their part by choosing the right club. and it won't be easy, because, i'll give you that, most clubs, when facing hard times, will turn to mediocre journeymen rather than give a chance to a talented youngster.
provided our management finds a decent club for pinamonti to grow (like zeman's pescara), if he's any good, like we all believe he is, he will get some playing time.
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Call me a romantic, or an idiot, but I'd love for him to develop and grow as a player wearing black and blue until he mysteriously and consistently gets injured or, god forbid, is managed by someone like Mancini.
And it is simply not right that he will receive playing time if just he is good enough. Simply because Italy is fucked when it comes to changing coaches all the time which means changes in philosophies, tactics ect. It harms a young player not to get consistent time on the field as they in general are much more vulnerable mentally and therefore need a consistent tactical system to grow in. And it doesn't help as you said that the clubs tend to play with mediocre journeymen instead. But however I somehow understand it as these Serie B clubs know that a relegation to the third division means they are financially even more fucked than they are now which is why they play with the experienced players.
The number of clubs with full-time professional setups are simply way to high in Italy which means way too many clubs are financially unstable and do therefore not have the environment to trust young players and their unstable performances hence my talk about being afraid of relegation ect. That is as well the reason to why we experience the high amount of bankruptcies in the Italian leagues which doesn't help much either in terms of an overall stability for the Italian youth programme (if that does exist).