Argentinian forward Joaquin Correa has said goodbye to the Lazio fans following his transfer to Inter.
As seen in a post on Correa’s Instagram page earlier today, the 27-year-old Argentine bid farewell to the Biancocelesti faithful following the announcement that his move to the Nerazzurri has been completed.
Below is a photo posted by Correa, accompanied by this message:
It’s never easy to express in a few lines a message that encompasses so many feelings: a special thank you goes out to the Lazio fans, to the club and to my teammates, in a word to all those with whom I have shared so many emotions in these three seasons.
Above all, the goals and the victories in the Coppa Italia and the Super Cup, but not only: I will always carry with me all the battles, won and lost, together.
One thing is certain: every day I’ve always tried to honour the Lazio shirt. Now I’ve reached an important point in my career, an opportunity has presented itself before me and I’ve decided to take it.
But that doesn’t erase these three wonderful years. It has been an honour and a privilege for me to have been part of this family: come on Lazio!
Correa joined Lazio in 2018 from Spanish side Sevilla in a deal worth around €16 million. In his three years with the Biancocelesti, the Argentinian forward made 117 appearances across all competitions, scoring 30 goals and providing 18 assists.
One of the striker’s most important goals came in his debut season, in the Coppa Italia final against Atalanta in 2019. He also won the Supercoppa Italiana with the Roman side last season, as well as helping the club qualify for the Champions League for the first time in over a decade.