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Inter, Gazzetta: “Problems with the outsiders, but there are names on the market”

INTER, GAZZETTA – As reported by the Gazzetta there are discrepancies on the flanks, but there are solutions in place to date.

Inter, Gazzetta: “Problems with the outsiders, but there are names on the market”

“Inter have found a balance, how fragile it will be understood in a short time. Management and coach are aware that a crater has opened on the left in the post-Perisic and that the ingredients currently in the pantry are not enough to really fill it. Sooner or later it will be necessary to work with imagination on the market, looking for some good ideas around Italy and Europe. In this preliminary discussion phase, two names have risen to a higher level of attention, one more exotic and another more homemade. Alfonso Pedraza of Villarreal had already gotten into the mood this summer and the Nerazzurri will return to sit around a table with the Spaniards in January for a wide-ranging project on the present and the future. The Spanish winger is displeasing, not only at Inter, but the price invites in-depth reasoning. Pasquale Mazzocchi, external handyman of Salernitana, has instead been noticed more recently. After all, he exploded late, to the point of wearing blue only at 27, but he hit Inzaghi for progression and ability to govern both sides. The Nerazzurri have already asked for information in the Salerno area, finding open doors. For something to move immediately, in any direction, however, it will need an release in January. For this reason, eyes focused on Robin Gosens: close to Bayer Leverkusen in the summer, yesterday the German made a profession of Interism from the retirement of his national team (“My work in Milan is not finished …”), but soon more than one Bundesliga club could come back ”.

Christian Marangio

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