An ex-Lazio defender has played down the significance of Inter signing Joaquin Correa from the Biancocelesti at the end of the summer transfer window, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking during an interview with Radio Sei, with quotes reported by FcINternews, Vincenzo D’Amico explained that he was not particularly annoyed or worried when the signing of Joaquin Correa was made official.
“I didn’t tear my hair out.”
Vincenzo D’Amico also explained that he is happy with the appointment of Maurizio Sarri after Simone Inzaghi shocked the Biancocelesti by suddenly becoming Antonio Conte’s replacement at Inter.
“If the president had asked me who to take, I would have mentioned his name.”
Inter suddenly became linked with a whole host of strikers when Romelu Lukaku was sold to Chelsea for €115 million.
The Nerazzurri quickly signed Edin Dzeko from AS Roma but it was clear they wanted one more attacker to balance out the squad nicely.
An injury to Marcus Thuram ruled him out of the running, so Inter swooped for Joaquin Correa.