The arrival of Vidal and Achraf Hakimi is “perfect” for Inter Milan
Ivan Cordoba is quite optimistic about Inter Milan’s fate at the end of the 2020/21 season. According to him, the arrival of Arturo Vidal and Achraf Hakimi was enough to improve the quality of the Nerazzurri in the Scudetto title competition.
Last season, Antonio Conte’s troops finished 2nd in the final standings of the Italian Serie A. Their achievements did not end there, the Nerazzurri made it to the final of the Europa League. Despite failing to win, this is a good progress.
But Inter did not immediately feel satisfied, they also improved the quality of the team in the transfer market this summer by recruiting Aleksandar Kolarov, Matteo Darmia, Achraf Hakimi and Arturo Vidal.
Well, the last two names are considered to be able to have a significant impact on Inter Milan. For information, Achraf Hakimi was brought in from Real Madrid, while Vidal was brought in from Barcelona.
Club legend Ivan Cordoba considers that these two are very good recruits and will be able to improve the overall quality of Inter Milan.
“I will say yes. Inter are already strong but with the signings they have made they have taken a level further. We know Vidal, he is a world class midfielder, he has won wherever he has been and has changed the face of midfield.
“For Hakimi, what to say about him. He is fine for this type of game. He is still very young but is already a match for the best club in Europe.” said Cordoba to the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Meanwhile, in last weekend’s match Conte’s troops were only able to draw against Lazio. However, Cordoba did not consider it a decline.
“I will not speak of the match as a wrong move. Lazio is Lazio, they have fought for years for a position to be reckoned with, ”
“A draw against an opponent like this is okay, the indications are positive.” added Cordoba.
Furthermore, this legend from Uruguay spoke up about Christian Eriksen’s performance.
“No one can argue with the quality. I think the problem for him is tactical but above all it is related to his adaptation to Italian football, “concluded Cordoba.