Simone Inzaghi

Will Simone Inzaghi win a Scudetto at Inter?


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Any news on wages?
It’s reported Inzaghi’s salary has also been improved to €5m per season, which is still less than half what Conte was paid.

Deserved extension, questionable about the raise. I still feel the games against Bologna and Genoa should have won.

I just hope management will give him a proper squad for the upcoming season.
 

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back four helps us cover selling our defenders
 

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Some highlights from his interview yesterday:

Should Skriniar leave, will that cause problems in defence?
“We know who our directors are and what they’ve done in the last year and a half. Skriniar is an Inter player right now, one that had a brilliant campaign last season and he will come with us to our training camp. Then we’ll see what happens. We’re in constant contact with the Club.”

Who will be first-choice goalkeeper?
“Handanovic will start in goal because he earned it after a great season. We all know what Onana can do: he is young, he is the future and he will get his chance this year. We believe in him.”

Will the eventual arrival of Dybala be an extra boost?
“We know Dybala well. He has a lot of quality but we have six forwards in the squad, the four we have mentioned and Pinamonti, who has a bright future, and Sanchez. So it’s not right for me to talk about other players right now.”

Are there alternatives to the 3-5-2?
“We’ll try some new systems in pre-season but I like this formation and I have the perfect players to fit this system. We have a lot of options and we saw last season – for example in the Coppa Italia Round of 16 against Empoli – how this can change games. There’s been a lot of talk about Lukaku and Onana but the Club has also gone out and got two talented young players, not to mention Mkhitaryan, who I have always liked and who will help us kick on as a team.”

It’s important for you to play to the max in every competition: is this team more complete?
“The Club has made some brilliant moves. We now need to cover for Ranocchia’s departure and we are working on that. The aim this year is to have a core squad of 20 outfield players, two for each role, who are of a good level because we’ll need to alternate a lot with 20 games from matchday 1 until November. Then we have three goalkeepers. We also want to bring in three players from the Primavera because our Youth System is producing a lot of talent. We’ll have Valentin Carboni and we also want to bring in Casadei, who we have a lot of faith in. Zanotti made his debut last year and I hope a few others can make their debits this season too. I know that it’s tough to break through at Inter but I hope to be able to do it with a few others because we value our young players.”

With Lukaku, Inter played on the break a lot. How will you get the best out of him?
“It’s too soon to say but I have some ideas. Last year, we alternated between recovering the ball high up the pitch and winning it in deeper areas. It’s clear that Romelu will give us something a bit different. The higher up the pitch you win the ball, the less you have to run to score. We’ll have more solutions with him and our other forwards, who have already done well.”

What impression has Asllani made?
“He’s a young player, who seems older than he is. He knows that there is a player ahead of him, who has done great things at Inter. He’s grown exponentially in the last six months and we have a lot of belief in him.”

Numerically speaking, can we expect there to be four strikers?
“We know that, with the fixture list being so packed, we’ll need a fifth attacker. That will be a young player. Pinamonti is an established player, who has received a lot of offers. We’ll see what happens. He is in the squad for the training camp and he will come with us. But, normally, a fifth striker in the squad is a young player.
 

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Sounds like Dybala is still an option. We will have five strikers, after Pinamonti and Sanchez are gone, we can go for Dybala. Satriano will go on loan and be our 5th option next year when Dzeko is gone.
 

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Džeko can be that fifth striker, because I'm sure the fifth striker won't play. All these years I always felt Perišić played as the fifth striker far more times than any fifth option we ever had

The only problem is that the wages are a bit too much for us right now.
 

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Inzaghi literally said there that the 5th striker will be the young one. If Dybala arrives, Dzeko or Correa needs to leave. It's as simple as that.
 

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Dybala is not coming, there is no fkn way we can get rid off both Sanchez and Correa. Our forwards for next season would be Lautaro, Lukaku, Correa, Dzeko and some kid. Lukaku is upgrade over Dzeko but we lost Perisic, so dont expect next season to be succesfull, rube is getting by a mile stronger. We are still to lose Skriniar. Inzaghi can eat dick in the end.
 

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Now you can rely once again on Dzeko and Correa. Fuck off.
 

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Our forward line is still better than last season.

We have to be more concerned about the back line, and the wings.
 

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Our forward line is still better than last season.

We have to be more concerned about the back line, and the wings.
No its not, we lost Perisic who was our best player, he had a world class season, Gosens cant even compare with him. Limone lost it. He still thinks Dzeko is relevant.
 

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lol he just said he is concerned about the wings, that's where Perišić played

obviously Gosens can't compare, but he is still a good player nonetheless
 

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Last year he pushed hard for Correa, which ironically makes sense seeing how the dude played like a huge t*rd, now he saw Dybala on a permanent and Lukaku for one year, and decided for the latter.
You better know what you're betting on.

Oh well, our almighty management already gave him a new contract despite there was never any team looking for him so I guess Inzaghi is pretty comfortable right now.
 

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I don't think Inazghi had a really huge hand in all that. The only thing that makes me calm is that Dybala is not really known as an injury-free player, while Lukaku is almost unbreakable.

What does make me not calm is that it looked like we were sucking Dybala's dick this whole time and then we go for Lukaku lol. The same can happen with Bremer.
 

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Actually Inzaghi didn't push for Correa, there were other names before him.

What I'm curious about Inzaghi is that does he have the drive for the Scudetto? I mean does he have the push, the necessity to do absolute everything to get the Scudetto. Will he have alternative solutions if the standard solution doesn't work? Better depth in the midfield should help but we need to find ways to replace Perisic's impact as Gosen's is more of a runner and finisher than the all-around great player (like Perisic was).
 

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He doesnt have ambition like Conte.
Even Mourinho have greater ambition than him.
The team so much far better but our coach doesnt have specific request.
 

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He doesnt have ambition like Conte.
Even Mourinho have greater ambition than him.
The team so much far better but our coach doesnt have specific request.
Yep, this guy is just second tier and thats it. And that pleases shitty owners that we have.
 

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I'm sure he does, but he also knows our financial situation. It's not like we are living in la-la land where everything is possible
 
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