Lazio President Warns Inter About Transfer Of Joaquin Correa

Lazio president, Claudio Lotito reportedly warned Inter regarding the transfer of Argentine striker Joaquin Correa. The president insists that the Nerazzuri will have to pay the fee demanded by the club to secure the 26-year-old's services this summer.

Joaquin Correa wants to leave the Biancoceleste this summer and Lazio is in negotiations with Inter over his transfer but no agreement has been reached between the two clubs.

"I don't negotiate on television, at the beginning of my presidency I said: 'Pay the money and get the camel', we usually pay for the players we want," said Claudio Lotito via Rai 2.

"The deal will be finalized when someone makes a clear offer and we are satisfied with that, we don't have to sell players to buy players," he explained.

"The team is still developing, Maurizio Sarri needs a certain assurance to express his game, I have made a promise and I have a habit of keeping it."

"I have spoken to some fans who were not happy after signing Pedro, he is no longer playing for Roma, and he fits into the team and the coach wants him, I believe we have bought a player who will help us."

Meanwhile, The Aquile opened 2021/22 Serie A season by winning 3-1 over host Empoli in the match which took place on Saturday (21/08) evening local time.

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