Inter CEO Beppe Marotta feels that defender Milan Skriniar will have to make a decision on whether to extend his contract at his own pace. Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset ahead of the Nerazzurri’s Supercoppa Italiana clash with AC Milan, via FCInterNews, the Nerazzurri executive stressed that the club are not going to rush the 27-year-old into giving his response. Inter’s contract extension offer to Skriniar has now reportedly been on the table for more than two months. The player has taken time to reflect on his future, however, meaning that the anticipated response has been delayed. However, Marotta has explained that there is no hurry to stick to a specific deadline, and they will not put pressure on Skriniar to make a decision before he is ready to.
Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi is happy that his team were able to navigate a tough match against Parma in the Coppa Italia round of sixteen and make it to the next round of the competition. Speaking to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, the coach gave his reaction to the match that saw his team leave it late to stage a comeback, and also explained that striker Romelu Lukaku will spend at least another day resting before returning to training. The Emilians went ahead during the first half, and sat back in an organized defensive shape to frustrate the Nerazzurri. “We had to adapt but I’m satisfied with the performance,” Inzaghi stressed. The coach concluded that “We’re Inter, we played up front of our brilliant fans, and we want to keep moving forward in a competition that we won last season.”21 days ago SempreInter.com
Inter returned to winning ways after Lautaro Martinez scored the only goal of the game in front of over 70,000 spectators at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. The Nerazzurri got the best start imaginable breaking the deadlock after only three minutes when Lautaro Martinez slotted home to score for the third consecutive match. Alessandro Bastoni – 6,5: Good match defensively and decent going forward but not as impressive in attack as we know he can be. Lautaro Martinez – 7: Scored his third goal in as many matches getting a good goal after only 3 mins and should have bagged a brace if not for inconsistent officiating. Valentin Carboni – N/A: Was brought on in the 88th minute for Lautaro Martinez but didn’t play long enough to be able to be rated.17 days ago SempreInter.com
Inter President Steven Zhang feels that the plan for the future of the Nerazzurri is clear, even though the work will be difficult. Giving his speech at the club’s annual shareholders’ meeting, via the Nerazzurri’s official site, the President emphasized the accomplishments of the past several seasons, and the plan in place to keep building on them. Inter have certainly had an eventful past few seasons, with a return to winning trophies contrasted with ongoing financial difficulties and uncertainty. For his part, Zhang feels that while the road ahead will not be easy or straightforward, Inter are ready to meet the challenges that they face. We are ready.”Zhang responded to rumours about Suning’s future at Inter, stating that “Ever since we took over the club, the same speculation has been rife every day.”“We know that Inter always makes headline news.3 months ago SempreInter.com
Inter coach Simone Inzaghi was defiant in the face of criticism of the club, following the 2-1 win over Cremonese in Serie A this evening. “I have to be honest, I listen little, I talk a lot with my players, with my club. I try to leave to the outside world what happens,” the former Lazio coach claimed. “We came from that bad night against Empoli, which obviously did not please anyone, we wanted to react immediately and we succeeded. “The World Cup still weighs on us a lot, but we have a duty to move forward.3 days ago SempreInter.com
Inter continued their return to form this week with two absolute polar opposite wins. Here’s what we learned from a part pazza Inter this week. The diminutive Armenian has turned up big this week for Inter with goals in back to back games and providing a creative force in the midfield three. 3) Federico Dimarco Doing His Best To Keep Robin Gosens On BenchLots of the past week has been spent debating whether Inter should be starting Federico DiMarco or Robin Gosens. The signing of Robin Gosens still, almost a year on, seems a complete mystery as he hasn’t even been given a proper chance to showcase his talents and prove himself worthy of a role in Inter’s starting lineup.3 months ago SempreInter.com
Inter coach Simone Inzaghi was disappointed with the manner of his side’s performance after they fell to a 2-0 defeat to Juventus in the Derby d’Italia this evening. The Nerazzurri were comfortably beaten at the Allianz Stadium, with second half goals from Adrien Rabiot and Nicolo Fagiolo settling the encounter in Juventus’ favour. “You can’t stop those two actions, you have to act better with preventive measures and maybe give a foul away. “We shouldn’t have lost after a match that went like this, then we were rushed and we lost unity when had to keep calm. “In other games we shouldn’t have lost five, like in the matches against Udinese and Roma, where in other years we would have drawn.2 months ago SempreInter.com
“Hello everyone,” Marotta began. “I would also like to extend a warm welcome to all of you to this Shareholders’ Meeting.”“Today, three years on from the last time, we finally meet again in person,” he went on. “Last season was also enriched by the crowning of our Primavera team’s tenth Scudetto title. Inter are the first club in Italy to have earned a historic first star. “I bid you farewell while reassuring you of my renewed commitment to keep doing everything possible to provide you with more happy moments to build on the trophies won in the last two years and more memorable nights like Wednesday evening.”3 months ago SempreInter.com