A former Lazio player has suggested that the deal to take Joaquin Correa from Lazio to Inter was beneficial for both clubs, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Whilst speaking to TMW, Sebastiano Siviglia suggested that Joaquin Correa would have struggled a lot with the new system in place at Lazio so it made sense for him to follow Simone Inzaghi to Inter.

“Inzaghi considers him a complete player, suited to his principles. At Lazio with the new system, he would have struggled. There were evaluations by everyone. It was a bargain for both clubs.”

It had been known for essentially the entire summer that Joaquin Correa felt his journey at Lazio had come to an end and that he wanted to move to a new club.

It took until the end of the transfer window for him to finally join Inter though, as part of the dual replacement for Romelu Lukaku who left for Premier League side, Chelsea.

Maurizio Sarri is now in charge and Lazio and he expects his attackers to be much more positionally disciplined than Joaquin Correa likes to be.