Inter forward Joaquin Correa looks likely to depart the club at the end of the current season, two seasons after joining from Lazio.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 28-year-old continual struggles to find form and fitness mean that the Nerazzurri will seek to move on and find a like-for-like replacement.

Correa joined Inter with plenty of expectation, and for a significant transfer fee, in the summer of 2021 from Lazio.

The Argentine had shown his quality for three seasons playing under coach Simone Inzaghi at the Biancocelesti, and he followed the coach to Inter from the Italian capital.

However, after a first season in which injuries and form that could be generously described as stop-start disrupted Correa’s contribution, things have if anything only gotten worse in the 28-year-old’s second campaign with the club.

It has been suggested that Inter, and Inzaghi in particular, decided to put their faith in Correa last summer rather than getting a deal done to bring in Paulo Dybala on a free transfer.

However, this faith looks to have run out, as according to the Corriere, the Nerazzurri are ready to put Correa up for sale and look for a new forward with a similar profile who may have better luck than the former Lazio player has.