Lautaro Martinez adviced to stay and retire at Inter

Concerning speculation about the future of Lautaro Martinez, who has often been linked to Barcelona, ​​Argentine legend Hernan Crespo instead suggested his compatriot to stay at Inter until he hung up his boots.

The young Argentine striker has indeed been a byword of European media over the past few months. Nothing else because of claims of interest from a number of European giants towards the player. Barcelona is believed to be a big fan of the 22-year-old.

In fact, recent information has claimed that Lautaro Martinez is Barcelona’s main target this season. In addition, the 22-year-old has also been linked with two other European giants, Manchester City and Real Madrid.

In fact, Lautaro Martinez is still under contract at Inter Milan until 2023. However, he has a release clause in the contract worth 111 million Euros.

The big tag is indeed, but it is believed to still be within the reach of enthusiasts Lautaro Martininez, including Barcelona. But Hernan Crespo personally wants Lautaro to stay at the San Siro.

According to him, the player still needs to grow and develop, considering this is his first season to appear regularly at Inter Milan.

“He must grow slowly. This is his first year as a starter at Inter, “Crespo told Argentine radio station 947 Radio FM.

Then, have you performed well Lautaro Martinez may move to a club? No, the former Parma player was hoping he would stay until he retired.

“I hope he will be the top scorer in Italian football and pray for him not to change the club much and stay in one club.”

Lautaro Martinez actually joined Inter Milan in 2018, when he was bought from Racing Club. But in its inaugural season, the player rarely appears in the first team.

This season, Icardi is not at Inter Milan, the Argentine was loaned to Paris Saint-Germain. As a result Lautaro Martinez immediately became the mainstay of the new manager Antonio Conte, along with the brand-new striker, Romelu Lukaku.

This season, the young Argentinian has scored 16 goals in 31 appearances in all competitions.

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