Kristjan Asllani

Rate the player

  • 3 - Anonymous player who will never be remembered through the fact nobody expected anything from him

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 2 - Close to a useless player, who will add nothing to the team besides filling the CL quota

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 1 - Crap, shit, useless player, worst business ever, Mancini, Quaresma and Gresko combined

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    52
  • Poll closed .

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
34,757
Likes
17,643
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus
Most Passionate Member
We are obviously not going to sell him at this point if we have any sort of brain, we are going to develop him further at least until it makes financial sense to sell him on, it makes no rational sense to sell him before he is at least 24 years.

There other prospects we likely would sell soon because they reached max market value like Martinez, Bastoni, Barella and Dimarco. It makes financial no sense to move him on if we can see a potential in him for 4-5x current market value. I’m rather convinced of that reason our owner would push Martinez towards a sale I would almost be chocked if he is here next season.
That's not the question.

It's a pretty straight forward argument.

Is Asllani worth anything as he is now to other teams?
How much would they be willing to spend to sign him?

And taking it a step further, if he was at Roma or Lazio, would we be even looking at him?
 

varmin

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 23, 2014
Messages
9,507
Likes
9,066
Forum Supporter
Most Improved Member
That's not the question.

It's a pretty straight forward argument.

Is Asllani worth anything as he is now to other teams?
How much would they be willing to spend to sign him?

And taking it a step further, if he was at Roma or Lazio, would we be even looking at him?
We can easily get 10-15 mln for him right now. If we send him on loan for one season with regular playing time, his price will increase
 

Gal

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Jul 18, 2022
Messages
1,525
Likes
1,156
That's not the question.

It's a pretty straight forward argument.

Is Asllani worth anything as he is now to other teams?
How much would they be willing to spend to sign him?

And taking it a step further, if he was at Roma or Lazio, would we be even looking at him?

What his worth is now is pretty irrelevant as he is a development player, it’s not what he is worth today that matters but what he is worth tomorrow.
 

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
34,757
Likes
17,643
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus
Most Passionate Member
We can easily get 10-15 mln for him right now. If we send him on loan for one season with regular playing time, his price will increase
so less than we got him for?
 

varmin

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 23, 2014
Messages
9,507
Likes
9,066
Forum Supporter
Most Improved Member
so less than we got him for?
This is considering that we want to get rid of him. Brozo is also worth more than 18mln, but people knew that we want to sell, therefore the price is lower.
If somebody wants Asllani, I doubt that we will ask for less than 20 mln
 

thatdude

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Feb 18, 2010
Messages
19,735
Likes
10,005
10 years of FIF
FIF Special Ones
I’ve got to agree with Brehme on this one. Asllani as back up to Hakan is a weakness in this squad. It’s not quite the drop off we get in the forwards department when Lautaro or Thuram are out. However, it’s really not that far off. We just notice it less because of the position and the fact Hakan almost always plays.

Compare him to back ups in other roles like De Vrij, Augusto, Frattesi, Dumfries. There is an obvious difference, and I don’t just think it’s age. Asllani is not a bad player and I don’t think anyone is saying that. Lord knows we saw much worse players in this club.

However, is he really an Inter quality talent, let alone an Inter quality player currently? I’m not convinced, certainly not in the regista role.
 

Dave54

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
May 27, 2022
Messages
5,652
Likes
2,754
Favorite Player
Pele
Best Forum Newcomer
But he is a back up regista guy, who plays once in a blue moon. Hakan would be here for another 4-5 years. Asllani is more than enough for this team for the near future, until he develops.
 

thatdude

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Feb 18, 2010
Messages
19,735
Likes
10,005
10 years of FIF
FIF Special Ones
But he is a back up regista guy, who plays once in a blue moon. Hakan would be here for another 4-5 years. Asllani is more than enough for this team for the near future, until he develops.
We’d rotate more if there was a more talented experienced player. Brozo last year is a perfect example.
 

Il Drago

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Dec 21, 2015
Messages
20,904
Likes
32,998
Favorite Player
Wesley Sneijder
Best Football Poster
Best Overall Poster
We’d rotate more if there was a more talented experienced player. Brozo last year is a perfect example.

Brozovic isn't a good example because he was a definite starter who lost his position due to injury. Also the other options were Asllani and Gagliardini so he was the obvious 4th option.

Next season we're gonna have Frattesi and Zielinski as 4-5th options. How exactly is our 6th midfield option gonna find playing time? Especially when Inzaghi has never been a big fan of rotation
 

varmin

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 23, 2014
Messages
9,507
Likes
9,066
Forum Supporter
Most Improved Member
We have Asllani, and he is developing normally, so it's useless to replace him with somebody else, who will cost more money and will have a higher salary as well.
I also don't buy "he is not good enough" and "he doesn't have potential" arguments.
Lautaro also had many critics when he came at same age, but he turned to a top player for us. Brozo's story is similar as he was on the verge of leaving, before to became a crucial player for us.
Nobody knows how good will be Asllani after two seasons and on which position he will play.
 

IL Fenomeno

Primavera
Primavera
Joined
Aug 14, 2023
Messages
309
Likes
419
He is used to our system. Not easy to find a cheap replacement and is able to settle in immediatley
 

Alex de Large

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Mar 12, 2005
Messages
16,296
Likes
2,278
10 years of FIF
Imo is the official backup, but let's say we play CL final tomorrow and for some reason Hakan isn't avaliable. I think we will probably field Barella there, with Mikhi/Fratessi starting.
 

Meysam

Prima Squadra
Prima Squadra
Joined
Apr 8, 2020
Messages
915
Likes
660
Favorite Player
Thuram
We need to be more patient about our youth like him.
Last game he made no mistake and had well performance imo. Development takes time so if we want him to offer somethings more we should give him more time
 

bubba zanetti

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Sep 8, 2020
Messages
9,186
Likes
9,955
Favorite Player
Chino Recoba
We have Asllani, and he is developing normally, so it's useless to replace him with somebody else, who will cost more money and will have a higher salary as well.
I also don't buy "he is not good enough" and "he doesn't have potential" arguments.
Lautaro also had many critics when he came at same age, but he turned to a top player for us. Brozo's story is similar as he was on the verge of leaving, before to became a crucial player for us.
Nobody knows how good will be Asllani after two seasons and on which position he will play.
Nobody is saying that Asslani WONT BE good. In the future. Right now, he's a huge downgrade in our game when he plays instead of Hakan. HUGE. Can you imagine him playing against Atletico instead Hakan? We can only pray that scenario wont happen. We are no more banter era Inter. We want to be like Real and City. But we have no money like them to get top player to be Hakan backup. Last season we had top player like Brozovic as Hakan backup(in latter stage of season). Frattesi is really good backup for Barella(or Mhiki). Zielinsky will be great too. Klaassen is not. And Asslani is not, not yet, and maybe ever. I think he can do good against bottom and even midtable teams. But against best in Italy and Europe he is not able to bring us what Brozo or similiar good player could bring us. He is not that good, right now. He looks like amateur alongside Mhiki and Barella,and whole team. He is not good as Thuram, who proved in the first two rounds of this season his class, and right now we need immediate succes, cause like I said, we are aspiring to be top team in Europa, we are not banter era shit anymore. The bar is raised. DeVrij, Augusto, Bisseck(yes!), Darmian, Frattesi, they are good back ups, Arnautović, Klaassen, Asslani not so, we saw that on the pitch, their performances, this is not quantum physics. Or you think Asslani showed more than Bisseck?
 

thatdude

Moderator
Moderator
Joined
Feb 18, 2010
Messages
19,735
Likes
10,005
10 years of FIF
FIF Special Ones
Brozovic isn't a good example because he was a definite starter who lost his position due to injury. Also the other options were Asllani and Gagliardini so he was the obvious 4th option.

Next season we're gonna have Frattesi and Zielinski as 4-5th options. How exactly is our 6th midfield option gonna find playing time? Especially when Inzaghi has never been a big fan of rotation
What do you mean? Inzaghi always rotates by position. Whenever Hakan is not playing he plays Asllani. He isnt a 6th midfielder. He’s the only regista back up.
 
  • Like
Reactions: rfU

varmin

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Dec 23, 2014
Messages
9,507
Likes
9,066
Forum Supporter
Most Improved Member
For top teams, Inzaghi always can play Barella there, if Hakan is unavailable. Brozo's gross salary was 12 mln per season, something which Inter cannot afford for a bench player currently.
And, there is no player with Brozovic skills, who would like to eat the bench.
 

Glass box

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Feb 3, 2014
Messages
10,230
Likes
7,001
For top teams, Inzaghi always can play Barella there, if Hakan is unavailable. Brozo's gross salary was 12 mln per season, something which Inter cannot afford for a bench player currently.
And, there is no player with Brozovic skills, who would like to eat the bench.
Barella is not a good dlp
 

vex

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Dec 13, 2017
Messages
3,646
Likes
3,516
Favorite Player
Don't have one.
Imo is the official backup, but let's say we play CL final tomorrow and for some reason Hakan isn't avaliable. I think we will probably field Barella there, with Mikhi/Fratessi starting.
100%. Or if he plays, you would see barella constantly filling that spot and helping, like against atalanta. We can all scream youth development, give him time, but reality will be what you wrote right there and what it boils down to for people who want a more ready player to replace him.
 
Top