He is still a world class talent
In what way exactly? I genuinely want to hear you out because maybe I'm missing something.
From watching Lautaro here for 4 years now I noticed all of the following:
He can't dribble, he doesn't even have the balls to try, can't bully defenders, lacks physicality, he's not fast enough to even run past the slower and less capable of Serie A defenders, too short to utilize crosses, can't shoot, consistently inconsistent, can't be a main striker, weak mentality (remember when Inter got him a psychologist to work with on this last season, wasted money), atrocious decision making, goes to ground every single time he gets close to anyone, takes forever to get up, often simulates despite not getting a single foul after 100 attempts, takes forever to pass the ball and often misplaces passes.
His perceived market value stems from winning some games with Argentina alongside Messi and from being an Inter player who happened to win the scudetto last season. This guy is literally Belotti-level player. Sure he will impress sporadically with a great first touch or an attractive move and that will give you an illusion of brilliance, but that's a deception. Let's be realistic, would you be even remotely comfortable having Lautaro in the starting line up of a decisive last-matchday fixture? Or even Coppa final?
Inter needs new strikers. We cannot have our starting striker head into his fifth
season hoping he will finally unlock his potential and become a reliable scoring machine.