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Inter Milan and Roma exchange in Twitter battle

Who said social media can’t be fun?

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Malcom of FC Barcelona runs with the ball during the Joan Gamper Trophy match between FC Barcelona and Boca Juniors at Camp Nou on August 15, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.
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So, we all know how social media dominates our daily lives. It is all around us and, for some, has become the only form of communication with other humans.

Well, in the football world, social media platforms like Twitter have been utilized to make club announcements, lineups and the like. However, a short Twitter exchange between Bordeaux and Roma drew interest from Inter Milan and the rest is actually pretty glorious.

On Tuesday, Marceille announced that Kevin Strootman would be joining from AS Roma and the Ligue One side decided to be inspired by the popular Fortnite game to announce the signing.

Well, Roma’s social media account elected to go a step further and actually poke fun of Inter Milan’s player announcements in the follow-up.

Needless to say, that jab didn’t sit well with the marketing department in Milan, so Inter’s staff decided to go on the offensive and fire back against Roma and their failed attempt to sign Malcom over the summer.

Yeah, I know the video is there, but that isn’t the important thing here. So the back and forth started from there:

With Inter’s reply:

And this:

Even fans got into the action:

And some people think social media is boring.


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