ROMA – The Argentine Joaquín Correa, 27, is now officially a new Inter Milan player, as revealed by his old club, Lazio, in a statement issued for the Milanese Stock Exchange and released this Thursday.
Lazio “reports having temporarily ceded, during a sports season, the rights to the sports benefits of the footballer Joaquín Carlos Correa, to Inter for an amount of 5 million euros + VAT payable in an annuity, in addition to a variable amount of one million + VAT linked to sports results, also payable annually“, the note reads.
Inter “will have the obligation to make the temporary assignment definitive when the suspensive condition established in exchange for the payment of the consideration of 25 million euros + VAT payable in three annual installments occurs,” concludes the Roman club.
Correa’s long-awaited addition to Inter, who had asked Lazio to leave the club, has been one of the star issues in the Italian press in recent days, which today reveals that the Argentine player is already in Milan, where he has been subjected to relevant medical examinations.
Although he arrives on loan, the Argentine midfielder has signed for four seasons worth 3.5 million per season, according to the Italian media, which revealed that despite being one of the most prominent players in Lazio in the last campaign , in which he scored eight goals in Serie A, had expressed his willingness to leave the club to the board.
In its Roman stage, The former Sevilla player scored 30 goals in 117 games and won an Italian Cup and an Italian Super Cup.