Lazio Get Additional Funds From Correa's Transfer After Inter Qualify For Next Season's Champions League

After Simone Inzaghi's side was mathematically confirmed eligible for next season's Champions League, Lazio has been rumored to receive extra money from Joaquin Correa's move to Inter.

Inter are sure to qualify for next season's Champions League, which is good news for Lazio, who received extra money from the departure of Joaquin Correa last summer. The 27-year-old Argentine striker joined Inter on a €5m loan with a €23.6m purchase obligation included in the contract.

Correa wants to follow Simone Inzaghi to Inter and may struggle to adapt to the system Maurizio Sarri has set up at the Stadio Olimpico. As reported by LazioNews24, the Nerazzurri are currently mathematically eligible for next season's Champions League, activating the bonus linked to the sale of Correa from Lazio last summer.

The Aquile will receive an extra million euros due to Inter's UCL qualification, giving the team some consolation after their humiliating defeat by Milan last Sunday night.

After moving to the San Siro last summer, Correa hasn't had a good time. The Argentine has played just 769 minutes in Serie A this season, scoring four goals. His season has been plagued by injuries and poor performances. While during his three seasons with Lazio, Correa made 117 appearances and scored 30 goals in all competitions.

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