ROME – Carlos Joaquín Correa used this coronavirus quarantine period to answer questions from his fans through a live broadcast on Instagram.
The declarations of the Lazio striker are reported by gazzetta.it.
“During this quarantine I learned to be alone.
I dedicate my goals to my family and my girlfriend – he said -.
On the other hand, I'm romantic … I'm not exaggerated eh, I'm normal.
I love meat and wine – admitted the Argentine -.
As far as music is concerned, I listened to 'Despacito' so many times that I now hate it.
If I could travel through time I would go to the past, to change some things of our family.
One thing that scares me? The death.
I had to leave tennis, although I was good, to devote myself to football – he said -.
It was not easy because all my friends played tennis.
I have to thank my father who has always been behind me.
Being a footballer brings many advantages, but also some disadvantages: you cannot have a normal life.
In fact I didn't have an adolescence, I couldn't do what my friends did.
I would like one day to play in the Premier League – he admitted -.
Let's be clear though: at the moment there are no concrete offers and I only think of giving my best with the Lazio shirt.
It would also be nice to go back to Estudiantes.
But now I'm having a good time here in Europe and I want to stay here for a few more years. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano