Inter Management Evaluating Foursome to Inform Plans

Inter will use the December matches to judge four players and decide whether they could count on them or if they should instead move on. They are set to get some opportunities in the next Champions League game, where they have already qualified for the next stage, and in the Coppa Italia fixture versus Bologna before Christmas.

According to TuttoSport, the Nerazzurri will examine Marko Arnautovic, Juan Cuadrado, Yann Aurel Bisseck, and Davy Klaassen. Even though their directors often stated to be disinterested in modifying their squad the next window, they could indeed make some moves.

The two Serie A veterans have struggled to stay healthy. The former Juventus player is the next man up with Denzel Dumfries out for a few tilts due to a thigh problem. However, he’s not totally right after coming back from a recent Achilles injury. Simone Inzaghi tested alternative solutions, for instance, Davide Frattesi.

The ex-Bologna man hasn’t looked great after shaking off a significant thigh strain. The two other backups have gotten scarce opportunities and haven’t seized them. The youngster could benefit from Cuadrado’s imperfect form since Matteo Darmian could move to the wing.

Our Take on the Potential Inter Outcasts

The most important call is about Arnautovic. They’d have to buy him out only if he stayed put. It’d be cynical to cut bait, but also understandable. Klaassen and Cuadrado will most likely see out the campaign. Bisseck could use regular minutes elsewhere, but they’d have to replace him numerically.

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