Inter Coach Hopeful for a Window with Fewer Restraints

Inter will have to continue navigating a suboptimal financial situation next summer, but Simone Inzaghi wishes to still find a way to significantly bolster the squad. He spoke to the press after receiving the Giacomo Bulgarelli’s award as the best coach of the season (via Virgilio).

“I’m lucky to have a management that’s ever-present and active. We’re always on the move. In football, you need to improve year after year. We’re already doing something. We have had a budget and boundaries since I joined. The officials are very good and are trying to push past them to assemble a competitive team. We have a fan base that deserves to be at the top all the time.”

Giuseppe Marotta previously stated they’d have to get creative on the transfer market. Inzaghi stressed that the next campaign will be more difficult for Inter and elite teams.

“It’ll be a new challenge for everybody. You usually go on vacation and plan for the future after the end of the league Instead, there’ll be the Club World Cup in 2025. We’re already thinking about how to be ready for it.”

Our Take on Inzaghi and Inter

Roles are always very defined under a veteran official like Marotta, so it’ll be interesting to see whether the coach will have a bigger say on the transfer market. Since the strict mandates come from the top, their MO is unlikely to change. They have grown accustomed to the situation at this point, and it certainly hasn’t stopped them from making moves.

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