Inter’s purchase obligation in the loan deal for forward Joaquin Correa will be triggered once the team wins points in Serie A after February 2.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that the Nerazzurri’s purchase obligation on the deal for the 27-year-old will be triggered once that happens.
Correa arrived from Lazio late in the summer transfer window, in a nominal loan deal which included a purchase obligation which will be triggered once the Nerazzurri win points after February 2 of this year.
Once that happens, the Argentine will officially become an Inter player on a permanent basis and the Nerazzurri will begin paying the €25 million permanent fee for him to the Biancocelesti.
In spite of some reports that the win over Lazio yesterday triggered the obligation by seeing Inter collect their first points of 2022, this was not the case as the obligation is in fact triggered by collecting points after February 2.