Castellazzi: “Inter’s Transfer Market Was Very Scintillating”
Former Inter goalkeeper Luca Castellazzi has shared his views on Inter’s transfer market business following the closure of the January transfer window.
Inter brought three new faces into the club during the month in the shape of Ashley Young, Victor Moses and Christian Eriksen from Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur respectively.
The window also saw Inter bid farewell to a few players with Matteo Politano leaving to join Napoli in a loan with obligation to buy deal, Federico Dimarco left the club for Hellas Verona in a loan with option to buy deal and Valentino Lazaro also departed as he joined Newcastle United in a loan with option to buy deal.
Speaking in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sport Italia, Castellazzi, who spent four years on Inter’s books between 2010 and 2014, had the following to say: “An extra attacker did not arrive, but the Nerazzurri market has been very scintillating.
“Christian Eriksen is the icing on the cake, maybe they tried to the last minute for another striker but there were no players who could have been a useful element for the project.
“Alexis Sanchez’s presence will be important, but maybe an Olivier Giroud could have completed the squad that has already been improved and can try to undermine Juve.”
Upon leaving Inter in 2014, the now 44-year-old, spent two seasons with Torino before retiring.