Inter have started eyeing Agustin Giay for the right flank, especially since Juan Cuadrado has been oft-injured and signed a short-term contract. His agent Cesar La Paglia addressed the murmurs to L’Interista.
“His intelligence and competitive spirit are his main strengths. He’s very mature for his age. He’s strong physically and mentally and has ample room for improvement. Considering that, he can star in many roles and can surely play as a wing-back. He can star as a box-to-box too.”
The representative was quizzed about Inter earmarking Giay.
“He’s happy and pleased to know that a club likes that follows him. But I’d stop there. We comment what we read on the papers, but he’s very focused on the season and his growth. A few clubs are after him. He’s very appreciated in Europe for his characteristics. He’s young but has already played 70 games in a major Argentinian outfit that plays in front of 50k fans every weekend.”
Inter could be keen especially since the price tag of Giay is still manageable.
“As for the figures, the suitors should speak with San Lorenzo. He’s a prospect who wishes to fulfill his dream of playing in Europe.”
On top of Giay, Inter could reignite their interest in Tajon Buchanan, who’s a pet player of director Piero Ausilio, if Cuadrado continued to struggle in his recovery, La Gazzetta dello Sport relays.
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