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Graziani: “Dybala at Inter would be an extraordinary blow. On the national team … “

Ciccio Graziani commented on yesterday’s match against Germany and also on Dybala’s transfer to Inter. Below is an excerpt of his words to Tutto Mercato Web.

Graziani: “Dybala at Inter would be an extraordinary blow. On the national team … “

“The heavy knockout of Italy against Germany? A setback announced. When I saw the formation with those three in front (Politano, Raspadori, Gnonto, ed), with all due respect I asked myself: ‘where do we go?’. Gnonto is a 2003, for heaven’s sake, in perspective it has many margins for growth. But we are in a difficult moment, with many injured players, and I say: those we have – like Acerbi, Locatelli, Pessina, Scamacca – was it not logical to let them play immediately? I agree with the young line, but it is true that you cannot throw them into a reality like that of last night. It was an experimental national team in my opinion, with all the mitigating circumstances “.

The hit of the market?

“Dybala at Inter would be an extraordinary blow, I am convinced that Juventus will regret him, because he has talent and inspiration. Then one can emphasize the physical aspect, but with Dybala on the pitch people have fun. And I always have the impression that with the Argentine you can start with a goal advantage “.

How will it end for Zaniolo?

“Roma must understand whether to seriously invest in Zaniolo, or put him on the market to recover money to make an even more competitive team, who knows. Zaniolo still does not know today if it is meat or fish. Sometimes he is amazing on the pitch, sometimes he goes away and plays on behalf of him. Roma must understand whether to make it a point of reference or not ”.

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