Joaquín Correa

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Good shout. Yeah it's not far, depends on the rest of the season. He needs to score some important goals, even one. Nainggolan scored a goal which brought us to CL in the last round.
So if Correa score a goal like that this season his deal becomes better? How scoring one goal determine the whole deal? That one goal you're talking about could be scored by anyone. It was basically an empty net. So if it was Schelotto instead of Nainggolan there we were gonna rate his deal highly? Vecino scored one as well and see how the fans see his deal.
 

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Nainggolan is worse signing than Correa because we already knew the former was an unprofessional aging drunkard and we still decided to sign him and releasing Zaniolo as well. Correa was an emergency signing and Lotito knew we had a lot of cash so we had to overpay.

If I have to rate the worst signing at the last decade, I would rate gabigoal fas the worst followed by jonathan and dalbert :palm: Joao Mario, Correa, and Nainggolan had shown what they were capable of at their top game and it was arguably difficult to foresee someone's adaptibility or mental strength. On the other hand, gabigoof, jonachan, and dilbert were purely the product of awful scouting -if we really scouted them at all-. They didn't even showed any sign of professional player and we still paid big bucks for garbages.
 

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So if Correa score a goal like that this season his deal becomes better? How scoring one goal determine the whole deal? That one goal you're talking about could be scored by anyone. It was basically an empty net. So if it was Schelotto instead of Nainggolan there we were gonna rate his deal highly? Vecino scored one as well and see how the fans see his deal.
It was in comparison to Nainggolan. He at least provided us some goals in key moments (against Juve and against Empoli to decide the CL qualification). Other than that, it was an utter failure.

And no, that goal was not just an empty netter. Schelotto or other shitter wouldn't have scored that, that's for sure. :lol: I rate Vecino's key goals a lot, he scored a bunch of them. Fans see what they see. Usually not very far.
 

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Every fan of Nainggolan spent 2 years convincing us why signing him was a good idea.
With Correa, it's year 2 and he still plays like an okay youngster.
 

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We got back most of the money we spent on Gabigol. Nowhere near the worst signing.
 

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This signing is Quaresma, Mancini level signing. Naingollan was way worse, we lost friggin Zaniolo to that lazy drunktard romanista.
 

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Dalbert is still the worst imo, we chased him whole summer like we were convinced he is top level. At least correa was the last choice after thuram deal collapsed, and we didn't have many options to choose from. Still, regardless of that in top five worst for sure...
For me, JM and Nainggolan were worse deals than Dalbert.
 
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This will be popular news: Inter have told the agent of forward Joaquin Correa to begin the search for a new club for the Argentine
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Nerazzurri feel that Correa has been given enough chances to show he’s the right fit, and that they have identified Borussia Monchenlgadbach’s Marcus Thuram as a replacement for him.

Correa was signed to Inter from Lazio during the summer transfer window of 2021. The 28-year-old has yet to really kick on in a Nerazzurri shirt, with injury and fitness problems in particular disrupting his momentum since joining the club.

In the view of the club, the time has run out for Correa to prove himself. The Nerazzurri have marked out Gladbach striker Thuram as a major target in attack, and a forward already in the squad would have to depart to make way for the Frenchman.

According to Calciomercato, Inter are hoping for that forward to be Correa, and have already asked his agent to begin looking for a new club for him.
Good luck with that!
 

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According to FCInterNews, the only teams to express an interest in signing Correa so far have been teams in the Premier League.

An offer of €20 million would be taken into consideration, particularly because the Argentine is currently in their balance sheet for €16 million, and so Inter could potentially realize a capital gain with a fee in that region.
 

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Just play any random primavera player over him
 

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I don’t understand how it’s even debatable? This guy is by far THE worst player that played for inter, since 98 ( that’s when I started watching Inter). I can’t bother to search posts where someone attributes him as a pacy dribbler, good on 1on1… Bitch please, a 7 years old that cheers from the standings, on the third ring has more impact than this guy…. God i hate him!
 

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I don’t understand how it’s even debatable? This guy is by far THE worst player that played for inter, since 98 ( that’s when I started watching Inter). I can’t bother to search posts where someone attributes him as a pacy dribbler, good on 1on1… Bitch please, a 7 years old that cheers from the standings, on the third ring has more impact than this guy…. God i hate him!

Solari, Queresma, Mancini are a few names that I recall, which failed more than Correa.
 

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This guy is the definition of uselessness, he need to be ashamed that 37 years old dzeko outplay him in every aspect...
 

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19 matches > 3 g, 3a ( Including CL). Its almost forgiving statistic for a bench option, doesnt look that bad all, but when you see him losing every decent tackle , its frustrating. This guy needs a clear fucking path on goal without disturbing defenders on his ass to deliver something. Lautaro for example can't dribble like Correa , but he goes all in into those nasty ball fighting tackles that eventually is a deciding factor wether you are for this level or not. Inter is not fucking Lazio, you are getting 3M€ net wages and youre pampered and praised by the coach ( even yesterday against Napoli), it seems Inzaghi is trying really hard killing that mommas boy inside and instead trying to find even 1% of Zlatan in him.

Just a frustrating fella. We need a better option and trying to find a way to replace this guy.
 
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