Latest on Correa injury and Inter’s new transfer strategy

by | Jan 21, 2022 09:17

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Joaquin Correa’s may remain out of action for at least 20 days while Stefano Sensi’s move to Sampdoria has been put on hold.

The Argentinean striker left the pitch in tears during Inter‘s Coppa Italia clash against Empoli on Wednesday.

He had a clinical visit yesterday and will undergo further examinations today.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Correa could have suffered a first-degree strain which will keep him out of action for at least 20 days.

He will surely miss the Milan derby after the break, but the Nerazzurri won’t go in the market for a new striker because of that.

However, Stefano Sensi’s move to Sampdoria has been put on hold for at least one week because of Correa’s injury, even if the Argentinean is a striker and Sensi is a centre midfielder.

The former Sassuolo scored the winner against Empoli, so his medicals with Sampdoria, which had been scheduled on Thursday, didn’t take place and Sensi will remain at San Siro for at least one more week.


  1. Patrick Ghigo

    Inter are the luckiest team in football history

  2. the Soup nazi

    Yes Patrick, a 50m player having a cardiac arrest on the field, being dead for 10 minutes, and never being able to play for the club again is reeeeeal lucky.

  3. Jimmy

    the Soup nazi, king of replies.

  4. RAmarren

    the Soup nazi
    The player had the attack while playing for the national team so Inter was really lucky (not the player though, but noone claimed that)


    Inter are indeed lucky Agnelli was stewpid enough to let Marotta leave!

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