"WE ARE ALREADY AT THE TOP"
Lautaro Martinez's agent makes the striker's future very clear
Published:29/06/2022 - 15:36h
Updated:29/06/2022 - 15:36h
The Inter could do noise the next season in Europe. The Italians will retell with Lukaku in his rows, and to retain to Lautaro and add to Paulo Dybala, would have one of the best tridents of the European football
Lautaro Martínez will remain in Inter of Milan, according to the statements of his representative, Alejandro Camaño. The Argentinian forward feels happy with the return of Romelu Lukaku and his exit of the club nerazzurro, linked with Tottenham and Chelsea, seems lejanada, while the Belgian outlines to go back to the team with which consecrated in the Series To in 2021.
Added to this, also expects that Paulo Dybala fiche by the plantel of Simone Inzaghi, after his exit of Juventus after not renewing his agreement. However, in spite of the internal competition that it can have, the agent of the 9 of Argentina was cutting when affirming that his footballer will remain in the club champion of the Coppa Italy the past campaign.
"There is a relation between them, this is evident. Use this T-shirt is not for all. It is a big thing", stood out Camaño to the hour to refer to the pair Martínez-Lukaku. "Lautaro is happy in Milan, feels in the centre, is wanted. Why we would want to go us? To where? Already we are in the peak", added the representative on the attacker that closed with 21 goals the season 2021/22 of the Series To.
Month and half to start
Waiting for the final forming on Dybala and some another signing with regard to the course 2021/22, the Inter already knows how will begin his trip: it will be on 14 August home of Lecce, whereas his first party in Saint Siro will produce against Spezia seven days afterwards.
The team lombardo will go back again to the Champions League, after finalising the season like runner-up of the Calcium. The ones of Inzaghi shared the group with the Real Madrid the past season, happening like seconds, and remained deleted in eighth to hands of the finalist Liverpool, with a tightened global of 2-1.