Coach Inzaghi Underlines Uncertainty Within Inter Squad

On top of previewing the game versus Viktoria Plzen, Simone Inzaghi sent a message to the Inter management stressing that many contracts expire in June, while the focus seems to be only on Milan Skriniar’s one (via DAZN).

“We have several players in the same situation. We hope those matters get solved quickly. I know that my directors are capable and are working to sort things out.”

As per Calciomercato, the deals of multiple regulars run out at the end of the campaign: Stefan De Vrij, Matteo Darmian, Roberto Gagliardini, and Edin Dzeko. Samir Handanovic was recently demoted to backup.  Francesco Acerbi joined on a seasonal pact. Danilo D’Ambrosio, Dalbert and Alex Cordaz are in the same boat.

The front office doesn’t appear to be in a rush to complete any extension at this time, other than with the Slovak. The Nerazzurri will table a competitive offer before the January window. But the salary will still be inferior to PSG’s rumored proposal, so it’ll be up to the defender to decide. Instead, most of the other contributors will have to wait their turn.

Our Take on the Expiring Contracts at Inter

There’s a reason why, even during their recent crisis, Inzaghi never seemed to lose the support of the locker room. It’s not the first time he takes the players’ side on transfer market topics. Skriniar and De Vrij are obviously the priorities, as they can’t afford to lose both. As for the others, that’s basically the whole bench, and the budget to eventually replace is probably small. Dzeko is an ideal deputy to Romelu Lukaku given their similar traits.

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