Argentinian forward Joaquin Correa has officially completed his transfer from Lazio to Inter.

As announced in an official statement by Inter earlier this afternoon, the 27-year-old Argentinian striker has joined the Milanese club on a loan deal with an obligation to buy clause attached.

The former Sevilla man has signed a four-year contract with the Nerazzurri, tying him to the club until 2025.


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Correa asked Lazio for a move away from Rome twice over the last few months and the Biancocelesti worked hard to find a suitable home for the player. New Inter coach Simone Inzaghi was keen to be reunited with the 27-year-old, an idea that immediately suited the player.

The figures of the deal are €5 million for the loan, plus €1 million in add-ons, both payable within a year. Next summer the move to the Nerazzurri will become permanent. Then they will have three years to pay €25 million.


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The 27-year-old Correa joined Lazio in 2018 from Sevilla in a deal worth around €16 million. In his three years with the club, Correa made 117 appearances across all competitions, scored 30 goals and provided 18 assists. One of his most important goals came in the Coppa Italia final in 2019 against Atalanta.