Inter Rethinking Future Offensive Plans After Injury

Marko Arnautovic hit his stride for the first time since joining Inter in recent weeks while filling in for Marcus Thuram, but he suffered another thigh injury late in the Bologna game, which raises concerns about the future makeup of their attack, TuttoSport informs.

The Austrian will sit out at least the next two matches. The Nerazzurri will evaluate the possible proposals for him. However, they will need to be very lucky to recoup what they paid to acquire him from Bologna.

Inter are considering having a super-sized attack next year, featuring another player on top of Arnautovic, Mehdi Taremi, and their two starters. If they went in that direction, the duel would be between Alexis Sanchez and Valentin Carboni.

The Chilean joined on a seasonal contract. He was widely expected to depart to make way for the Porto stalwart, but his recent performances are working in his favor. Instead, the teenager has put together a solid season at Monza.

Our Take on Inter and Arnautovic

It’s a rare whiff for their management, as he was already breaking down at Bologna last season. The Nerazzurri spent too much for a veteran, leaning excessively on his desire to join and attachment to the team. They can’t count on him staying healthy for an entire season, even though Taremi is overqualified for the job he’ll have. They can have extra depth for cheap, paying just an extra manageable salary, and they should do it to be safe.

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