Achraf Hakimi

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But Hakimi wants to leave,reportedly already agreed terms with PSG. So sell him, we need players who worship this club as big club, fuck Cunte, Hakimi and any mercenary in this team, sell him, play Darmian instead.

Agreeing to terms means nothing. He's expressed his desire to stay at Inter several times. It's not his fault if the club is going to shop him, and it's not his fault to look out for his best interests if he is sold. Quit trying to make Hakimi look like a bad guy here.
 

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Honestly it's Inter who wants to sell him, if Hakimi wants to leave is because it must feel that Inter doesn't want him as it wants Lukaku or Lautaro.

If we play against PSG i hope he scores a hattrick against us.

People on crack, exhibit A
 

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Agreeing to terms means nothing. He's expressed his desire to stay at Inter several times. It's not his fault if the club is going to shop him, and it's not his fault to look out for his best interests if he is sold. Quit trying to make Hakimi look like a bad guy here.

This so much.

We were going to sell Skriniar last autumn if only Levy was willing to pay enough. And I wouldn't have blamed Skriniar one bit. Club makes decisions based on their interests and same applies to the players.
 

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He still has a ways to go as a player, but he's the epitome of "X factor." You lose track of him for a second and he can hurt you.

In theory, replacing a wingback with a serviceable alternative is easier than replacing strikers, but this is an a-typical case. He's someone the opponent always has to give attention to, providing tactical advantages. Not to mention his defending has improved immensely this season. He'll be the very best in his position within the next 2 years; I'm sure of it.

I think Lautaro is the easiest to replace of our players rumored to leave. He's a very good player who could become elite, but those types of players are out there if you scout wisely and make smart investments.
 

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Hakimi actually has the potential to develop in a forward like Bale or Salah, he can actually potentially play multiple positions and can take free kicks and set pieces, people here talking about 80M is fair, you give this player a 5 year contract with a 300M release clause.

That`s what Marotta would have probably done if we were not in this financial position. He has orders to respect, so the best thing he could do is sell at highest players that we can easily replace. Unfortunately, for me Hakimi is not one of those.

IMHO Suning have 3 choices.

1)Don't sell anyone and attempt to make it as far as possible in the CL (more games played, more revenue), and hope there isn't another wave of COVID. Keeping this team intact is hugely beneficial monetarily as if they continue to win, more people will be attracted to the club. Winning breeds fans/income.

2)They sell Martinez to cover the 80m needed since we purchased him for peanuts. Imho this is the best option. I have spoke to people claiming Martinez is vital to Lukaku's success this season, BUT that isn't true according to every metric I've seen. Martinez relied on Lukaku, as Rom would drag a couple of defenders to him, giving Lau space. Rom assisted Marty more than Marty assisted Marty. It is also much easier to find a replacement for Martinez. People claim his tenacity for the ball, but Raspadori is actually much much better at it (there's your replacement).

3)Sell a majority stake in the club as they won't be able to cover any costs associated with the club. The loan from Oaktree was a stopgap measure that covers transfer-fees owing, wages, expenses etc.

As for the topic, I wouldn't sell Hakimi for less than 100m, we paid 45m for him and selling him for 80m still doesn't cover our 80m target, meaning someone else needs to be moved. It took us 11 fucking years to find a wingback that was even half capable of doing anything. Here we have Hakimi, a player that was only surpassed by Gosens who is older and has played longer in this league. Hakimi may not be the most defensively capable wingback but that isn't an issue as we do have the best 3 CB's in the league (fewest goals allowed 2nd year in a row).

To me it's not a question about the money, it's about his replacement. There is no one 25 and younger that is better than him, and in my eyes, you only sell a player if you have a replacement that is of equal or greater talent/skill otherwise you are taking 2 steps back to move half a step forward.

Sell Martinez for 100m to Barca (take it in installments), sell Vecino to Napoli for whatever and call it a transfer window.

1) Unrealistic, hope is not part of a cold-blooded manager`s decision.

2) Lautaro is also young and could further develop into a goalscoring machine, which would skyrocket his market value. I like the plan and highly rate Raspadori. However, who`s going to pay 80m for Martinez?

3) That`s nice from a supporter perspective, but imagine you`re Zhang. Would you really risk the ownership of the club slipping out of your hands for 1 player? Doubt they would think like that...
 

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Rumours gone quiet now. PSG using their leverage now and hope that Inter desperately need money before 30 June. Fuck them but more fuck to Zhang if we indeed have to sell before 30 June.
 

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Rumours gone quiet now. PSG using their leverage now and hope that Inter desperately need money before 30 June. Fuck them but more fuck to Zhang if we indeed have to sell before 30 June.

Yeah, fuck that shit. Make it happen so that we don't have to sell in this fiscal year.
 

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It's more than a week since Hakimi was sure a PSG player. Wtf is going on?
Maybe we don't want to sell him? Hopefully.
Maybe Beppe want no less than 80m?
 

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He was never a sure PSG player, you guys need to learn to read the rumors. And yeah, it has been said Marotta keeps asking 80m€. Will probably accept 70m€ + 10m€ but let's see.

I hope we don't have to sell before 1st of July so that we aren't in a situation when we HAVE TO sell at lower than our demand.
 

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He was never a sure PSG player, you guys need to learn to read the rumors. And yeah, it has been said Marotta keeps asking 80m€. Will probably accept 70m€ + 10m€ but let's see.

I hope we don't have to sell before 1st of July so that we aren't in a situation when we HAVE TO sell at lower than our demand.

My post was ironic. Because the papers gave it as a sure thing, even the transfer fee 50-60m. And obviously the rage on this forum (understandlbly).
I just believe (without prove) that Marotta just put a price on every player and now is waiting for the offers. You want Hakimi? 80m or fuck off! Lautaro? 70m otherwise no business! He will decide at the right time, with the offers on the table. It's hard to believe that Hakimi was choose as the one who will be "sacrificed" Hopefully we will sell Lukaku. His cost is huuuge (amortisation and salary).
 

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I'm a bit relaxed since it seems its Marotta who is handling this deal and not Ausilio. If it were Ausillio, Hakimi would be long gone.

We all wish for 80 million but whatever fee we end up getting I'm sure will be the maximum possible.


On the other hand, this is what signing young promising players look like! you can demand astronomical fees, stand your ground and know that if you couldn't sell the player there is always another mercato.

This is what we should focus on. No more Vidals and Kolarovs.
 

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Well I thank for the first part, but remove it for the second :D

The lost from Vidal and Kolarov is a fraction of Lazaro alone. If young succeeds, great, but if he fails, we lose tons of money too and we are stuck with him for eternity.

Low-risk low reward, and vice versa. We need a mix of both.
 

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Well I thank for the first part, but remove it for the second :D

The lost from Vidal and Kolarov is a fraction of Lazaro alone. If young succeeds, great, but if he fails, we lose tons of money too and we are stuck with him for eternity.

Low-risk low reward, and vice versa. We need a mix of both.

The most important part is the recruiting process. If we choose shit players, we are fucked. And also the price and the contracts you give.
J. Mario and Dalbert were bad investments. It hapens at any club. Even by the best scouters.
But Nainggolan is the shittest from all of them. It has so many red flags: already 30yo, a player with well known bad behaviors, whos style of play will decline exponentially when he starts showing his age. We gave a ton of money (in that year, don't forget we were unfer FFP) and maybe our best prospect in the last 20y.
 

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The most important part is the recruiting process. If we choose shit players, we are fucked. And also the price and the contracts you give.
J. Mario and Dalbert were bad investments. It hapens at any club. Even by the best scouters.
But Nainggolan is the shittest from all of them. It has so many red flags: already 30yo, a player with well known bad behaviors, whos style of play will decline exponentially when he starts showing his age. We gave a ton of money (in that year, don't forget we were unfer FFP) and maybe our best prospect in the last 20y.
Yes we are fucked regardless but if we choose bad players, but the fuckups with youngster are more severe than a grandpa. If you fail a Kolarov, you lose 5m for his salary. If you fail a Dalbert, you lose 30m total. Just because of the age difference.

On your last point, Nainggolan is a shitty deal no doubt. But I don't know why people hype Zaniolo so much. He is now basically a corpse, can't even walk. Best prospect in the last 20y? No way. Balotelli and Pandev were easily superior in my pick.
 

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I'm a bit relaxed since it seems its Marotta who is handling this deal and not Ausilio. If it were Ausillio, Hakimi would be long gone.

We all wish for 80 million but whatever fee we end up getting I'm sure will be the maximum possible.


On the other hand, this is what signing young promising players look like! you can demand astronomical fees, stand your ground and know that if you couldn't sell the player there is always another mercato.

This is what we should focus on. No more Vidals and Kolarovs.

Who did Ausilio sell? As far as I remember, Ausillio never sold any important players during his time in charge.

Only notable outgoing transfer was Kovacic, and that was on Mancini much more than Ausillio given that we went out and bought Kondogbia for the same amount of money.

So far with Marotta, we have been in discussions to sell Lautaro, Skriniar and Hakimi already. Morotta is always more happy to sell.
 

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Ausilio was bad before Sabatini and Marotta come to Inter. I mean Ausilio is a symbol of our Inter banter era after Thohir.
 

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Ausilio was bad before Sabatini and Marotta come to Inter. I mean Ausilio is a symbol of our Inter banter era after Thohir.

Sure, it's Ausilio who's at fault and not Fassone with Mirabelli or Branca before him. It's Ausilio...
 

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Sure, it's Ausilio who's at fault and not Fassone with Mirabelli or Branca before him. It's Ausilio...

In Rubentus, someone named Paratici was kicked by Agnelli. Its same like him if Ausilio managed our transfer without Sabatini or Marotta.

For me Ausilio just good for Fiorentina or Sampdoria level. He can't make decision in big club for long term.

Even Lazio Sporting Director Igli Tare is better than him. Marotta is 100 times better than him.
 
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