Joaquín Correa

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He is very important for the 3-5-1-1 because i do not think we can rely on Hakan to always be on top of his game in the hole behind the striker for he is mighty inconsistent.Also him and Lautaro can press and harry the defenders which is very good.Infact playing him and Hakan together can also be beautiful to watch for whilst both have been known for being inconsistent i feel like they will create so much space for each other that we will always be dangerous going forward.

Now if you are telling me we are getting him and Belotti together then bloody hell what a Mercato we've just had !
 

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You just know we're going to be stuck with him for a long time if he comes here and flops
 

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Apparently, the club, or more specifically Inzaghi, has had to decide on which player to acquire: Correa or Belotti. It will not be both.

From what I have rtead, Inzaghi favours Correa over Belotti.
I would get both imo
 

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how tf have Suning gotten away with reinvesting 42.5 million of the 175+ we received from Lukaku and Hakimi :lol:
If the money helps to get us to be more sustainable financially, I’m all for it. So far the reinforcement is not bad at all considering the narrative a couple weeks ago.
 

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Does Sensi have a life insurance? We might have a budget for Belotti
 

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This guy will be a beast here. We've managed to keep somewhat competitive with these transfers.
 

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🍋 will turn him into prime Cassano I bet. The left flank with him, Hakan and Dimarco will be very interesting.
 

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Honestly I don't know how they pull this off but if it goes through we've put a decent competitive team together. Getting Atletico Madrid vibes from this team.
 

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I hope that I'm wrong, but this strikes me as a Hernanes type of transfer.
 

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Well well well, seems like we`re getting an Interista, which is always a good thing. Not to mention we`re back at having 2 argentine forwards (not an Icardi reference).

Where’s enjoy when we need him

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spiaze per belotti :yao2:
In casy anyone wondering what the italian meant:

SPIAZE: WHAT DOES IT MEAN AND HOW DID THE WORD CATCHPHRASE (MEANING) COME ABOUT?​

Simone Inzaghi, Lazio coach, has unwittingly found himself in recent months the protagonist of a new viral catchphrase on social media, particularly used by all football fans. The catchphrase in question is the word "Spiaze" now used by most as teasing against the opposing team. But how exactly did it come about and what does it mean?

What does Spiaze mean?​

Everything stems from the post-match press conference Lazio - Milan, which forced the Lazio players to have a bad 3 to 0 on their backs. During the meeting with the journalists, Simone Inzaghi uttered the phrase "sorry for the boys" that with his rather pronounced Piacenza accent has been transformed into “Spiaze”.
 

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how tf have Suning gotten away with reinvesting 42.5 million of the 175+ we received from Lukaku and Hakimi :lol:
We spent a lot of money when conte came without any good backup, sponsors or previous groundwork from suning which would have allowed us to invest that kind of money without getting fucked in the future. Covid didn't help either. Well, future is now, and we are getting fucked. It is absolutely pathetic when you look at those numbers, though...
 
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🍋 will turn him into prime Cassano I bet. The left flank with him, Hakan and Dimarco will be very interesting.
Cassano speaking to the Bobo TV Twitch stream, as reported by FCInterNews, gave his view on how the Nerazzurri could complete their summer transfer window.

“Inter are still Conte’s team, I liked them because they attacked, attacked, attacked. They made it clear at Genoa that they would go for it.”

“At the transfer market level,” he continued, “Inter was ready. After the unexpected event with Eriksen, they brought in a player perhaps not as goodas Eriksen, but who in any case on a free transfer was the best opportunity, in the form of Calhanoglu.”

He went on, “Then they has brought in a player that I like very much in Dzeko, he will certainly not make them regret losing Lukaku. He will probably score fewer goals, but he will not make them regret signing.”

On the Nerazzurri’s latest target, Cassano said that “Now they are moving for Correa – in my opinion he is perfect for Inzaghi’s idea, and they could get him for a good price.”

“He could play with Lautaro or even behind Dzeko,” he continued, “he’s perfect for that. Until the end Inter will be a teamin contention for the Scudetto along with Juve, in my opinion they remain among the favourites.”

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Correa and Inter, it is the story of destiny. Nine years ago, the Argentinian tried out for Inter in an audition that took place in 2012. Joaquin stayed in Appiano for two weeks and was enamored by the world class environment at Inter.

“I played a few good matches with Estudiantes reserves and I received this invitation from Inter to go to Italy. I just couldn’t believe it. Inter have wonderful facilities, beautiful, I have no words to describe it. Now it depends on Inter and Estudiantes if they want to let me go. But I’m very happy.”

It didn’t happen then because Estudiantes demanded €2M extra to release him and so the deal fell through. Today in 2021, it will take Inter 15 times as many (€31M) to finally realize the destiny. But this is ok because for Inter, Inzaghi and Correa himself, the best is yet to come.
 
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