Inter About to Execute Expected Offensive Handover

Inter are on the verge of formally completing their final offensive moves, as Joaquin Correa is taking the medicals ahead of his transfer to Olympique Marseille, while Alexis Sanchez has already signed his new contract and participated in his first practice.

According to Calciomercato, the former Barcelona and Arsenal star agreed to a one-year deal. He’ll earn €2.8M. The parties patched things up after a bitter divorce that forced the Nerazzurri to pay a €7M severance package. He tallied 14 goals in his lone season with Les Phocéens.

Inter will get €2M on the nail and €10/12M if Correa joins OM permanently and saves on the fee for his replacement since Alexis Sanchez was a free agent. The ex-Lazio striker was acquired for over €30M but didn’t meet expectations. He departs after logging 10 goals and 5 assists in 77 appearances.

The Chilean veteran previously spent three campaigns in Milan. He contributed to four trophies and hit the net 20 times in 119 matches. His exit was supposed to pave the way for Paulo Dybala, but the Nerazzurri ultimately preferred bringing back Romelu Lukaku.

Our Take on Inter, Correa, and Alexis Sanchez

Their attack is okay and well-assorted for this upcoming season, but their only long-term move was Marcus Thuram. It’s still a bit baffling that they preferred investing in the back rather than upfront.

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