Football agent Danilo Caravello discussed the January transfer market and Inter’s interest in Lazio striker Felipe Caicedo in an interview with Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today.

Relationships between cubs and with agents are fundamental in the market. An agent who wants to achieve only his own interests would not have brought Rovella now to Juventus, he would have taken him there at the end of his contract to earn more money.

Genoa rather than receiving nothing, make a capital gain and receive from Juventus the enhancement of Manolo Portanova. It’s a three-way game where everyone wins. The important thing is the relationship and the dialogue.

He then moved onto speaking about the situation involving 32-year-old Ecuadorian forward Felipe Caicedo and his possible move away from Rome this month. Juventus, Inter and Fiorentina are all keen to secure his signature.

I don’t know if something has broken down between Caicedo and Lazio, I can’t know. It would be an economic deal to sell a player whose contract expires in 2022 for around €8-9 million. On a technical level I don’t believe Inzaghi would endorse this kind of operation.

I would never give him away, especially not to Inter. If I were Lazio, I would try to save the season by keeping all the starters and signing two players in the roles they need. It wouldn’t be good news for anyone if Caicedo left Lazio.


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