Inter must utilise Karamoh’s speed and skill in Europe this season

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With the obvious exception of Inter’s global fanbase, very few people outside the Italian football sphere paid much attention when the club announced the signing of Yann Karamoh towards the end of last summer’s transfer window. Most were probably more concerned by how the likes of Milan Škriniar and Matías Vecino – both of whom arrived for significant fees of over €20 million – would perform in a Nerazzurri shirt. A two-year loan deal from Caen (with obligation to buy for €5.5 million) was never likely to capture the imagination of football’s money-obsessed onlookers. Continue reading