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I think, the club should push him a bit. If he do accept any offers, just freeze him at the bench forever. That will have a negative impact on his further career.
There is no one from top Italian sides want him, and the rest cannot afford his salary. He basically says that will stay here.
 

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He will for sure push to stay but he's better off at a mid-to-low-table EPL team or somewhere in Spain like Sevilla.
 

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I think, the club should push him a bit.
Absolutely, we just can't afford playing with three strikers again next season, and we gonna basically play with three strikers if he stays, make no mistake about it.

Those injuries are the worst type you can have. It's better to fuck up your knee ligaments once or twice than to have whatever him and sensi have with their fragile ass bodies.
 

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lol I was wondering why Sevilla specifically popped in my head but that makes sense now, forgot about that.
 

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It's seems it's a 50:50 split opinion on him.

I can see him fucking up attacks left and right and people being pissed off, but who cares, he's not gonna be a starter anyway.
Always thought he was a waste of money.
 

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I love how Inter's money dry out the players ambitions. No wonder many players "only" want to join Inter! Free money for little to no work to do in the city of Milan.

You're being dramatic, players only want to be here because we're still kinda competitive sporting wise and have a very good dressing room harmony. Players don't really have any bad thing to say about us, even those who forced/were forced out e.g. Perisic, Eriksen...

We also barely put a wrong foot in recent years when it comes to incoming transfers. Many unpopular transfers' turned out great. Our only failures recently were Sensi and Correa, and both were let down massively by injuries. Players see that and know if they come here, they have a very good chance to develop, there career is safe, which cannot be said to many other teams, Juve for one, at the moment.
 

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We needed a protagonist, and Correa is not that type.

The guy operates solely on natural talent, and also he is more of a Primera league player.

Sell him, loan him, just get him out. Shit happens. This one is on our coach.
 

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You're being dramatic, players only want to be here because we're still kinda competitive sporting wise and have a very good dressing room harmony. Players don't really have any bad thing to say about us, even those who forced/were forced out e.g. Perisic, Eriksen...

We also barely put a wrong foot in recent years when it comes to incoming transfers. Many unpopular transfers' turned out great. Our only failures recently were Sensi and Correa, and both were let down massively by injuries. Players see that and know if they come here, they have a very good chance to develop, there career is safe, which cannot be said to many other teams, Juve for one, at the moment.
I was being sarcastic.

And we had way more failed transfers than just Sensi and Correa. A club that bleeds out money every year has not just did two things wrong!
 

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I was being sarcastic.

And we had way more failed transfers than just Sensi and Correa. A club that bleeds out money every year has not just did two things wrong!

In recent years.

We're bleeding money not because we bought the wrong players, but because we had been operating way beyond our means for years. The owners always had to cover our losses, until covid hit and the fund dried up. Now we're trying to reversing our position and it will take a while. This situation is not exclusive to us, most Serie A teams have to cut spending as well.
 
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We needed a protagonist, and Correa is not that type.

The guy operates solely on natural talent, and also he is more of a Primera league player.

Sell him, loan him, just get him out. Shit happens. This one is on our coach.

Never thought I’d see the words “Correa” and “natural talent” anywhere near each other, but here we are.
 
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