Achraf Hakimi

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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.

Igli Tare is lucky that Lotito doesn't understand football, otherwise he'd not have a job. Absolutely awful job that gets hyped for whatever reasons. He's lucky that Simone Inzaghi has made shit work with that shambolic roster he's created for him. They only had a good enough squad in the 2014-16 period, then they shattered everything and Inzaghi pretty much kept them going with Milinkovic-Savic and De Vrij (till he joined us) and was lucky that Immobile panned out well.

Ausilio has almost single handedly saved Inter from the Settlement Agreement despite horrendous management choices to cede to coaches' demands to bring over overpriced players. He has never had the role you accuse him of messing up.

If we had Igli Tare, people would have been fuming.
 

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Ausilio was not spectacular but he was more than good enough. He steered the ship through the restructuring years with several financial constraints. He discovered/brought in many great talents e.g. Icardi, Kovacic, Skriniar... and managed to never have to sell our key players.

He wasn't perfect of course, many of his signings failed. But his work here deserved a lot of recognition. Both Sabatini and Marotta spoke highly of him. He hasn't lasted 3 different ownerships by being incompetent.
 

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Kondogbia and Candreva were Mancini's requests iirc. Valero, Vecino and 9n were Spalletti's demands and Dalbert was on Sabatini. I don't think that Aussilio has any fault for all of these signings.
Maybe his weakness is that he is not vocal enough to stand against the coach, when he disagrees about a particular player.
Anyway, we don't know how is hierarchy inside the club to make such of general conclusions.
 

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Kondogbia and Candreva were Mancini's requests iirc. Valero, Vecino and 9n were Spalletti's demands and Dalbert was on Sabatini. I don't think that Aussilio has any fault for all of these signings.
Maybe his weakness is that he is not vocal enough to stand against the coach, when he disagrees about a particular player.
Anyway, we don't know how is hierarchy inside the club to make such of general conclusions.

Not part of the job description. His task is to tell Branca/Fassone/Sabatini/Marotta his opinion. After that it's between the coach and the director in charge. Ausilio was never really in charge, barring a short period between Sabatini and Marotta, though his main task was to please Spalletti and keep the plusvalenza going.

In that period, he has gotten us Lautaro, De Vrij and Asamoah with a very limited budget that was constrained by Spalletti's insistence on Nainggolan. There was also the deal for Vrsaljko which was actually very good, not his fault that the Croatian didn't feature for half a season, plus the Keita Balde loan deal (not a great deal but the guy helped us in that season). And there was also Politano, who I'm not sure if he was Spalletti's choice. Honestly, looking back, I think he aced the whole thing. If we also could have gotten someone else instead of Radja (23m cash + 15m for counterparts), like Lucas Torreira maybe or Fabian Ruiz who both went for 25m iirc, maybe we'd manage to use Zaniolo as well. Who knows.


And he also bought Mulattieri to replace the loss of Zaniolo (Suning & Spalletti insisting to do whatever it takes to get the 'star player', though people forget that we got 10m accounting money for Santon in the process). If we thought Zaniolo was national team ready, he'd be playing. Mulattieri was considered the next best thing actually, but since Zaniolo shook the world while Mulattieri barely manages to be a key player in a 2nd divison Dutch team, people dont' even realize this actually was a thing.

If you want to judge Ausilio for the "post-Marotta Paratici role", he only had that one window that was restricted by Spalletti's wish for Radja and UEFA's Settlement Agreement. I think he did fairly well, given how he was vetoing the exit of both Radu and Zaniolo but that's who the Romans wanted.

Also, during the whole plusvalenza situation, he also got us Alessandro Bastoni.
 

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Guys this is a very interesting discussion but the topic of this thread is Hakimi so let's stick to it. You can continue this discussion on Ausilio's thread.
 

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I just don't fucking understand!!!

When it is about a coach, everyone want somebody with pedigree, a winner. When we try someone new, Noooo! It's not Inter's material, we have "pretentions", here is the fucking "pressure" and so on!

But when is about the management is exactly the opposite! Someone said in this forum about Marotta: a good coach is hard to find, but a good director is more dificult. And still, our standards for directors are very low. What a fuck had Ausillio in his life done to deserve such a position! Or Branca! And still, these muppets linger for years at this club.
Say whatever want about Jubentus, but in this regard they don't fuck around! Moggi was director at FC Torino, when Torino was an excellent team (they played UEFA cup final) before he came to Juventus. Marotta took Sampdoria from Serie B and brought it in UCL califications. Paratici had 2 years, didn't work out, he received tho boot. Just simple!
Have you seen this standard at Inter before Marotta came! I don't. And we are surprides we were shit for so long!

Sabatini came and after one year resign. Knowing very well, he was last chance for a big club.
I cannot know for sure, but as we see Marotta, he asked Zhang for guaranties. Tell me how much money I can spend and fuck off, I don't want to hear your opinions! I would be not surprised, if he talked before accepting the job with Sabatini, about hoe the workis done here.

As a second thoughts, probably this is one of the reasons why the coaches ask so many times, for specific players here! And I don't talk about Mourinho or Conte, but about lesser names like Mancini or Spaletti. They probably know very well, if they don't ask for specific players, they are fucked with a dysfunctional roster.
 

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Moggi was also at Napoli and left because he was involved in match fixing that ended up with Milan winning the 1988 league. Which means that they were enabled to win the 1989 and 1990 European Cup as a result...

Anyway, there's no point in this discussion here. Other than Ausilio being the one who identified Hakimi as a target and concluded the deal under everyone's nose :D
 

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Rumor is we are still asking 80m€, not lowering our demand. That's the way it should go. I'm not sure about the plusvalenza requirement in this fiscal year. Do we really need it? Why not just accept the massive losses and make the money next fiscal year? By not forcing ourselves in the corner, we will do better deals. Of course if it's August and the buyers know we need to sell, we are in the corner. But I'm sure clubs are more interested in getting the players early than squeeze these few 10 mils (when it comes to the buyers are looking for, these rich big clubs).
 

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Yeah, if we're going to give away the potentially best RWB in the world after just 1 season, then I sure as hell hope we don't budge on what we're demanding.
 

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Inter Will Not Back Down In Their Valuation Of Achraf Hakimi

According to a report from Calciomercato.com today, Inter are ticking strong to their €80 million valuation of the Moroccan right-back who was so key to their Serie A success this season.

Paris Saint Germain meanwhile are refusing to offer any more than €60 million along with some bonuses depending on how the player performs in Ligue 1. The French club are clearly hoping Inter will back down and accept the lower offere so as to not lose the sale entirely.

Inter have set a deadline of June 30th for the transfer of Achraf Hakimi to go through, because this is when they have to have raised the necessary €80 million to balance the books.

If the deal falls apart, Inter could look to sell Lautaro Martinez to Atletico Madrid instead.
 

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Inter Will Not Back Down In Their Valuation Of Achraf Hakimi

Inter have set a deadline of June 30th for the transfer of Achraf Hakimi to go through, because this is when they have to have raised the necessary €80 million to balance the books.

Fuck Zhang and his accountants if we have to sell by 30 June. It does not matter if it is Hakimi, Lautaro or Lukaku. If we have to get money before 30 June, of course the buyer knew we would have to back down eventually and they would just waiting until end of June. Letting the world know our case at hand also not smart move I think.
 

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Fuck Zhang and his accountants if we have to sell by 30 June. It does not matter if it is Hakimi, Lautaro or Lukaku. If we have to get money before 30 June, of course the buyer knew we would have to back down eventually and they would just waiting until end of June. Letting the world know our case at hand also not smart move I think.

It's a deja vu with 2017 when Man Utd wanted Perisic. The whole world knew we needed to make 30m capital gains till end of June so they never offered more than 30m before that date. They only raised their offer after Inter making 30m capital gains from our primavera kids. The main difference with that year is this isn't a case of complying with FFP where you could use inflated plusvalenza deals. We need actual money to cover the loss.
 

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Sky Italia: PSG still have not increased their offer of €60M for Achraf Hakimi, Inter do not move from their position and claim €80M. In case of an unsatisfactory offer, Hakimi will stay and another big player will be sold.
 

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Sky Italia: PSG still have not increased their offer of €60M for Achraf Hakimi, Inter do not move from their position and claim €80M. In case of an unsatisfactory offer, Hakimi will stay and another big player will be sold.

#MantenereHakimi
 

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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?

Thing is, Inter as a club for sure cannot offer the rumored 8m/year, and I`m not sure what Hakimi wants - reportedly he agreed personal terms, which means he would sign on that contract.

Nowadays I`m reading 70m which would be retarded IMO. Heck, I would even add a % of future sale in there, especially considering his young age.

#SaveAchraf
 

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I hope we continue to take this stance. It’ll suck to lose him regardless but it should be €80m or fuck off.
 

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Does PSG still have room for blockbusters like Hakimi and Theo Hernandes ?
 

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If we had Igli Tare, people would have been fuming.



During an investigative programme, agent Vincenzo Morabito mocked Lazio for paying €18m for ‘absolute donkey’ Vedat Muriqi.

Report aired on RAI 3 this evening and was focused on the world of agents and commissions.

It included an interview with agent Morabito, but one of the clips was from when the camera was meant to be off.

He referred to Lazio director Igli Tare, whose brother is the Albanian Consul of Istanbul.

“He has this brother who is the Albanian Consul in Istanbul and suddenly he pays €18m for a player who is an absolute donkey,” said Morabito.

Simone (Inzaghi) told me: I’m pulling my hair out, here. Stefan Radu tells me he can mark Muriqi with slippers on in training because he’s so bad.

“Muriqi… €18m for Muriqi, and then there are five agents involved with all the commissions. I mean, €18m is a lot of money for Lazio and they get this horrible flop.”

Muriqi is a Kosovo international who Lazio signed from Fenerbahce in September 2020 for €18.5m plus bonuses, and five per cent of his future sale.

He has been a huge disappointment this season, contributing just two goals and one assist in 34 competitive games.

on-topic: hoping Hakimi won`t be sold so directors are forced to be more creative than just selling the player that singe-handedly made the difference between 2nd place and 1st place finish.
 

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Report that Chelsea have enquired about Hakimi.

Could be a fake news actually. Only to put some pressure on PSG as the negotiations have obviously stalled.
 

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Pretty certain it's just Marotta and co putting some fake rumors in the media.
 
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