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Wishful thinking but hopefully we can land Douglas Costa and Bernardeschi. Spalletti likes outside forwards that can contribute goals, in fact the two wingers and two Fbs will be essential to his style. He constantly changes his formation. So were going to need versatile players.

My Wishlist:
Bernadeschi (RW,SS)
Douglas Costa (RW, LW)
Grzegorz Krychowiak (DM)
Samir Santos (LB, CB)
Rudgier (CB, RB)
Isn't Costa close to Juve? even with Viola pushing 50 mil for Berna? not to mention Krychowiaks salary, as he is a PSG player? Inter will be in a difficult position to negotiate for good deals, specially after they've been taken to the laundry and back in their Joao and Barbosa deals... for me Joao works best as a winger and with Candreva in the team, you really need one more pure winger to replace Peri and preferably a SS to replace Palacio.... it's quite evident with the LB position, really disappointed with Ansaldi as he was solid for Genoa and hasn't really delivered for Inter, came short in so many of his games not to mention all his reckless last ditch tackles that cost Inter a man in the game... then you have the mystery of Brozo and Kondo that can't string together two or three solid games together and Icardi sitting with the captain armband and not having anyone competing with him for a spot...
Idk how Spalletti will view this problem but Inter lack goalscorers and have for some time now. Icardi has the burden of scoring all the time, his done a great job but we need outside wingers that can score goals. Considering Spalletti had Salah and El Shawaway, his going to want wingers with goals and pace to stretch teams. Idk how many SS are in the market but Berna is worth the money, he can play RW and SS with goals to contribute. I would sign him or even offer a player + cash deal to Viola.

All the problems won't be solve in one window but I do hope Inter can sort something out. I know some player will have to be sold but I want to see at least 2 players come in for the attack and 2 players at the back. I don't know what's worse our choices up top or a back line that can't keep their sh*t together.
the defence did well under Mancini and it's relatively still the same line up but they flopped after the second half season and their attack wasn't good to begin with as they drew a lot of games but the season after they went after wide men and finally ended up with Candreva and Napoli but the team is lacking balance as it was evident with how De Boer and Pioli both struggled with the squad... perhaps I'm demanding much from Spa and expecting much from him but this team has been in the building phase since Rafa era and it's evident by how that has worked out from the players still left after his stint...
Spa has so much work ahead of him. The summer games will give us a better picture of the team his looking to build. We have a good mix but its time to balance it out and sell some players.

Hard to tell who stays and goes but I do hope at least 3 players come in. A CB, DM and a LW.
Milan are killing it in the window. Musacchio (CB), Ricardo Rodriguez (LB), Kiesse (CM) and possibly Blade Keita (LW) and Andrea Conti (RB). Rumors about Davy Klaassen of Ajax (CAM). Not to mention their getting these players for good prices as well. That's how you spend well.
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Meanwhile we got Spalletti...
Didn't Fass and Mira work at Inter and how come they didn't pull of these kinda of moves there?! in all honesty, I only envy Musac from that list, haven't seen Klaasen play and I'm a bit surprised by the rumours linking Keita to Juve and other big teams in europe as the only player that I'm currently rating at Lazio is Sergej Milinkovic-Savic... there is much left of the window and if Inter didn't throw away those 6 games, the table would've shown a lot clearer picture of the squad depth between Milan and Inter, even with those players, I doubt Milan will be able to compete for 3rd spot but than again, Italy are notorious for different teams in top 3-6 each season...
Milan have a plan and are making moves, can't fault them. They watched us spend and well, can't say we improved that much. Time will tell if they go anywhere but their looking promosing.

I'm excited about Spalletti, his got a great track record and I hope the management aren't stupid enough to sack him in 6 months time. Although he has his work cut out for him. We'll have to get rid of so many just to make some signing and that's IF they want to join Inter. Either way I think Spalletti will bring in the right players.
At least no player is going to coat tail on Inters success anymore, you'd look stupid if you talk about Inters treble when they haven't been in the CL for almost 6 years! in all honesty, they only need a a core set of quality players and a good run in Serie A to have a good season, just look at Atalanta and Lazio that many left for dead in the beginning of the season and if Spa took it on him to leave Roma and come to Inter, he must be either mad or there was bad blood and he jumped ship as soon as Inter came knocking, question is if he is there just for the ride or he genuinly believes he can be successful where coaches like Rafa, Gasp, Mancini and all others after Mou has failed?!?
I don't think Spalletti wants to ruin his good track record. His here to get sh*t done and I can't blame him for it. If any manager coming in takes Inter back to UCl, he will be freaking hero to the fans.

I'm hearing Spalletti will try to bring in some of his Roma players. Antonio Rudgier being on of the them at the back. I except Spalletti to go for more versatile players considering his change of style and formation during games, he will demand players that can switch and play different roles.

The hope he brings up a couple of primavera players with him.
I remember reading about how Inter were linked to Rudiger at one point before he decided to join up with Roma, even Brandt another german player seems like a good player, looks slow and overweight but his acceleration and pace is immense and not to mention his ball control, the fact that he doesn't look so selfish on the video clips I've seen of him, makes him also look like a good team player... not sure why Roma would let their players go on the cheap but we've always done pretty good business with them, still remember Chivu and Samuel... however, I did read that some players found difficulties negotiating with the club for an improved contract and you never read about them breaking the bank to sign a player whilst making huge profits on some of the sales that they make... let's hope Saba was the man behind that magic...

saw a couple of highlight of under 18 win their league and their goalkeeper didn't look half bad! considering they had Palacio, Bia, Nago and Santon that didn't play that much and are on huge contracts, it wouldn't hurt having some prima getting that chance whilst working on improving their interrogation in to the team in the long run and giving them chances on the field as much as possible...
Spalletti needs a solid foundation first, that's why he needs to nail his signings to the bone.

If looking at the team position by position. I would say:

Defense: Still needs work. Possibly two CBs, and a starting LB.

MF: It has to be sorted. Gagli is the future, needs a defensive partner with him. I'll be interested to see what Spalletti would do with Brzo, Kondo, Bangea, Joao Mario etc.

FW: Icardi the only confirmed starter. Don't know where things stand with Barbosa. Perisic is gone. I would love to see 2 new players coming in, capable of playing as wide forwards that can contribute goals.
And at the end, INTER is the last Italian team that won CL....HAHAHAH!
that was too brutal to watch, a complete meltdown in the second half, I didn't rate Real coming into the game and was surprised with how they managed to beat Bayern so easily and won La Liga but I honestly thought Juve could trouble them after having shut Barca out in a tough Semi-final, perhaps I'm not giving that Real team enough credit or is Zidane the master mind behind this success? or Ronaldo finally turning into a pure CF after he hit the 30 mark in age coupled with a good defence, specially Navas that doesn't get enough praise and a midfield engine and quality attacking players in the form of Bale and Benzema...
Madrid was too good. Their of MF Kroos, Modric, Isco and Casemiro ran the show. Ronaldo's timing is something, his superhuman. Benz working as hard as ever. Their defense has been weak all season but they turn up when its time to win the silverware.
Well that's the end of that season. Hoping the club can get its act together this summer, give the players a break and come back and preform strong in pre-season. A good pre-season will be good for the boys. Spalletti (when his announced) better gets started right away.
City has already began their spending and with Man U, Liverpool and Chelsea in CL and their new revenue of TV money, it'll be an interesting summer in the english transfer window as for Inter, I'm not gonna hold my breath and will wait untill a signing is official as it'll be a merry go round transfer market as Real vs Juve will make it evident just how much more desperate the big teams in EU will be to invest now that PSG are hitting high notes, Monaco and Juve up there with At Madrid having another good showing and the likes of Barca and Bayern coming short of a final again...
AC Milan sign Matteo Musacchio.

Despite Montella early struggles, his building a good team and has an eye for signing good talent.
He did well at Viola, getting just the right players to play to his liking without breaking the bank, tactically he isn't quite on the same level as Allegri, Conte and Ancelotti but he does have an eye for players, perhaps he is missing that assistant coach to take him to the next level as has happened with Wenger and a club that is willing to spend on him, Sarri is also doing really well at Napoli but than again, they've been getting their players spot on long before Sarri arrived...

eitherway, read Moratti gave his blessing to the appoint of Spalletti, with many major news papers already publishing about it,he is coming off from a strong performance with his Roma side, was impressed with how they dismantled Inter in their last game, even publicly stating how Pioli's team are set up and the way they play before coming up against them but than again, they nearly threw away second spot with a loss against city rivals Lazio and couldn't overcome their inferioty complex against Juve as they crumbled horribly during their defeat against them... he won't probably do wonders, as the team is already in shambles any indication of how well he is doing will be done at the club with those closest to him as they've seen first hand how the team was with Mancini, De Boer and than Pioli... and to be honest the team can't do any worse than they've than this season except for ending up in relegation battle next season and it will be too much to ask for immediate success or take it for granted if it arrives as it could be easily undone as happened with Pioli... much of the judgment will come when the team does bad and how well he is able to cope with it and mend it putting aside who is to praise for it, is the club management? the coach? or the players? in all honesty it's collectively with each department taking responsibility and Zhang the arbitrator....
The club higher ups need to realize success won't come overnight. No matter who the manager is, his going to need time to build his team because this team lacks chemistry and togetherness, no surprise as managers and players come and go every 6 months. The management can only blame themselves as sacking Pioli was premature thinking.

If Spalleti comes in, his going to have his work cut out for him. Roma has also managed to get good quality players, Inter is monster job of its own and I wonder if his up for the task. Won't be surprised if 7-8 players come in during the summer.
So sick of seeing the Inter owners claming they can buy Messi or Ronaldo or Sanchez. Get a good manager and give him time first.

When the next manager comes in, I hope Inter can focus on signing more Italain/Serie A based talent. I mean Gagliardino cost less than half of what Joao Mario cost and who came out as the better player for Inter? Inter need to play it smart as you can only attract so much by name and past glory before players get better offers.
There are a couple of talented players out in Serie A, hard to find them as Serie A clubs are notorious for not giving them enough chances, lately the trend has changed with the abolishment of co-ownership thus forcing clubs to invest in players at their disposal in Serie A instead of them losing years in lower leagues, nevertheless De Sciglio would be a welcome purchase, than the usual Berardi and Bernad but any big money move should be done for Coutinho, who practically grew up at Inter and knows the club well and deserves a big contract for his performance at Liverpool... Kova with his time at Real, must've matured really well if he still has maintain that level headed of his that got him to Real in the first place... than it's a question of defenders to replace Ranoch and Miranda, please don't let it be Pepe! I've given up the dream of Veratti with a host of world class clubs chasing him...
Wtf? Pepe? His a great defender but he will expire in a year or two. I think more Serie A based talent would be great. I wouldn't mind seeing Samir of Udi and De Sciglio and Darmian this summer for the back-line. Sell Brozo and Joao Mario, should have enough money to buy at least 2 quality MFs. Patrik Schick seems like a long shot but would love to bring him along if we can get rid of Barbosa, Eder and Palacio. Big investment would be Bernardeschi as well.
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Just send out the primavera players out on the field and send the seniors players out on vacation for them to prepare to come back for next season with a set of rules and regulation to help them achieve the goals for that season... there is no point of keeping them around, managed to watch 20 mins and turned it off
three coaches in one season? I can somewhat understand now how Palermo fans must feel! Keept reading about how desperate inter were to hire Conte and Simeone by offering huge contracts but it shouldn't be something that's on the front pages, who is leaking these stories? and with Conte I'm having bad omen as it was with when Lippi arrived and messed up the Inter of that time, no need to offer huge contracts to coaches when this team is lacking in so many departments and the contract of the coaches above the team in table isn't so high... for me I'd love to see Eusebio Di Francesco or even Gian Piero Gasp given another shot at Inter but out of the high profile coaches Spaletti looks tempting, if he had the balls to bench Totti, take on the ultras and wrangle out that much of a team that came second so many times, he'd be a welcome addition to Inter...
You have got to be kidding me! Another manager sacked! I actually thought Inter had potential with Pioli and he knew what he was doing. This wasn't his squad apart from Gaglia but of course the owners are going to blame the manager like everything is his fault.

What a bunch of morons we have running the club at the moment. Mancini couldn't get the players he wanted and they sacked him, brought in De Boer who really had no idea what he was doing and was clearly not prepared. The revolving door of managers coming in and out has been worse than the transfers at Inter. No one knows what the hell their doing. Theirs so desperate for Simone but Simone nor Conte can't take out their magic wands and suddenly turn this team into a world beater, they well need time and funding. Even after almost 7 years, this system of sacking managers hasn't actually improved the team at all. Its clearly not working.

I don't know what to even say, what a joke of a season. I'm wondering what manager even wants a job at Inter, they pressure the manager into finishing top 3 but Juve, Roma and Napoli are strong teams that are tough to knock out considering the quality the possess. Although ablove all that, Inter lacks unity and true sense of togetherness on the pitch. The proof is in Lazio and Atlanta and the way they have worked hard this season, they had hiccups but came back from it and finishing strong. We took Lazio's strongest player last season in Canderva and Atalanta are a squad filled with players a fraction of the cost Inter paid of some our current crop but Atalanta play like a team.
My guess is something must have happened after the Genoa game, it was a bold move to sub Icardi and the aftermath must have been Pioli lashing out on the team, perhaps didn't go down so well... I'm mostly curious to see Saba in the team and what he has to bring, a shrewd director with many years experience in Serie A, has done really well for Roma and some of the players brought in to their at a affordable price and good return is evident by their depth in squad, albeit they're not world stars but a few of them stand head and shoulders above some of Inter current crop... eitherway, a season outside europe could allow the team to trim down it's squad size and with the funds I've read about give the incoming coach a chance to get a squad to their liking...
a complete mental blockage, inter gave the game away, Genoa really walked away from that with Inter giving them the win, they played with such fear and looked under pressure for a team with nothing to lose, Gigla looked under pair but so did Peri which says a lot about the form the team is in... i don't think talks should be about if players should or can deliver for the team but about if they can't, and if they can't than keep those players that can and gamble on new players that could and can deliver for the team
Inter can't seem to win if Icardi and Perisic aren't playing well. We don't have a team, just a group of guys put on a field together.
Had Inter won their last 5 games, they would've been level with Napoli on points by now but with Juve winning another Scudetto and Napoli with Roma plenty happy to occupy top 3, you'd wonder what type of work do Inter have to do to challenge Juve for the title when they can't even break into top 3? at this point of the season it's is over but you'd hope for a turn around as Chelsea did after their disaster campaign in the previous season while they had all the pieces there to succeed and added just the right players, City has completely fumbled it but I do rate highly Sane of City, they didn't get their other players right...
City is an ageing team. Pep can't fix everything in one season. its going to take sometime. We have shown potential but the back-line has cost us plenty of points this season.

As for Inter. Pioli needs to get some funding and get his players for the next season. Spend a good pre-season with them because I do trust Pioli and he looks so done and embarrassed with our current crop of stars. Won't be surprised if a whole lot are sold this summer.
Just read Gabigol and Joao are on the market! Inter really do struggle with players they've bought from Portugal, can't remember the last player that did well at Inter from that league, only the likes of Guarin and Quaresma... but in all honesty, I'd taken Kova and Coutinho for the price they shelled out for those two... the team does look disjointed and all the work they've been doing to mend this situation clearly hasn't worked, they should be asking themselves why that is and also what lead to this situation? at least they have all of next season to sort that out, Juve got relegated to Serie B! and sorted their act out enough to be crowned champions in numerous of times by now whilst Inter are still at 'building phase'... even Juan Jesus said, the only change he has seen at Inter were players coming and going... no amount of ritiro will be able to fix that, if the club is in constant fluxation
Its a difficult situation but the board hasn't exactly helped. Since Mou, the team has had a revolving door with managers coming and going. Every manager will want his type of players which leads to a constant change in players. Their is no chemistry at all after all these years.

Right now Inter have Pioli and he seems to have an idea of what his doing but his struggling trying to get the best out of the players as team. Its clear he needs more time with the boys but also other players that suit his style. Ausi can't just go and spend a s**t ton, need to spend wisely based on what Pioli needs. Gabigol and Joao cost at least 70mil together, ridiculous.


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91
50
27
77
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4
29
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87
52
38
90
7
3
28
38
2
86
55
39
94
4
8
26
38
3
72
21
41
62
8
9
21
38
4
70
23
51
74
10
7
21
38
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45
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11
9
18
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62
23
49
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14
5
19
38
7
60
6
57
63
10
12
16
38
8
53
5
66
71
11
14
13
38
9
49
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60
17
7
14
38
10
48
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55
49
14
12
12
38
11
47
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76
55
19
5
14
38
12
45
-9
56
47
17
9
12
38
13
43
-18
61
43
19
7
12
38
14
41
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58
40
19
8
11
38
15
36
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64
38
20
9
9
38
16
34
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58
34
22
7
9
38
17
32
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29
22
8
8
38
18
26
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24
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