Inter Milan should release Lautaro?

It is an Italian football legend, Antonio Cassano, who thinks that it is better to sell Lautaro Martinez to a club that really wants its services. After all, the profit from the sale is huge and can be used to bring more than one star player.

Lautaro Martinez has indeed continued to be linked with Barcelona, ​​at least in recent months. The Spanish La Liga defending champion considers the player as the ideal successor figure for Luis Suarez.

Luis Suarez himself can be relied upon in terms of performance, but the former Liverpool player has started to be vulnerable to injury this season. That is, retirement is indeed near, Barca must think ahead.

In addition, Argentina’s young stars are also called suitable side by side with Lionel Messi. The 22-year-old figure is indeed considered the right candidate to be the club’s main target in the transfer market next summer.

Barcelona had already begun talks and made offers to Inter Milan, but led to a refusal.

Cassano then advised his former club to release Lautaro Martinez, because the sale results must be above 100 million euros. Later, the transfer benefits can be used to recruit more than one star player.

“Lautaro is very good, but I will sell it. You bring it for 20 million Euros and sell it for more than 100 million Euros,”

“Or even get 70 million to 80 million euros and Arthur. Then I will go for Cavani, whose contract period is coming to an end and will be perfect for [coach Antonio] Conte,” Cassano was quoted as saying by Italian Football.

Moreover, Inter also have one more player who is ‘unused’, who else if not Mauro Icardi.

“Besides that, there will be money from the sale of Icardi and I will go to Arsenal to bring in Lacazette. Lautaro will get better, but I will say to him: ‘It’s fun [working with you]’, “said the figure who is also a former Inter Milan.

Under Antonio Conte’s direction, Inter Milan looked brighter. They can now compete in the struggle for the throne of the standings.

Penulis: | 22 April 2020 | blog