just don't engage him, please, he already has too many whatever postsWhen would you want to play the youngsters? Vs torino at 0-0? Or after the 89th minute when Broz scored?
How about Cremonese? After the 76th minute when it finally went 3-1?
Lecce? In the 95th minute when we took the lead?
We discussed this recently, there were like 4 games last season wher we led comfortably enough to risk young players.
If there is one thing you can be sure of with Inter it is the fact that none of our young players will get a look in.to much hate for correa, but do think he needs some opportunities
Carboni joined Inter from Catania in 2020 after moving to Italy from Argentine club Lanus, alongside brother Franco, and made his debut for the Nerazzurri in their 2-1 defeat to Roma in Serie A in October, and featured as a substitute in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
In an interview with Goal.com, Marino revealed that Carboni had received a proposal from Juventus, but that his family wanted the two brothers to move to Inter, and that Premier League club Liverpool had been long-term admirers of Valentin.
“Liverpool were already following Valentin when he was in Argentina and they tried to sign him. They offered a lot of money to get him,” Marino claimed.
“The family also rejected Juventus, who wanted both Valentin and Franco, and instead accepted Inter’s offer.
“There were many offers and we wanted to sell them as a pair. The presence of many Argentines at Inter influenced the decision, which was a choice made by the whole family.”
Do you think he would play considerably more at those clubs?It is sad for the player that he selected Inter over Liverpool and Juventus because he will only get to play in junk time. Giving a young player three minutes at the end of a game does not really help their development and progress as a footballer.
At this age? Maybe not. But if he is a real talent, he would play a lot more at Juventus and Liverpool for sure.Do you think he would play considerably more at those clubs?