Inzaghi Searching for Recipe for Solve Inter Issues

Simone Inzaghi has come under fire after Inter picked up their fourth seasonal loss against Udinese. While it’s natural for the coach to face scrutiny in these situations, his connection with the management remains tight, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

Rather than being worried about getting the ax, the boss is searching for answers to the woes. He’s supremely confident to have the full backing of the players, even though the early subs against Udinese weren’t taken kindly. He replaced Alessandro Bastoni and Henrikh Mkhitaryan after 30 minutes to shake things up because they had received a yellow card.

According to the outlet, Inzaghi is optimistic Inter will right the ship in October and put up a strong fight in their tough Champions League group. The gaffer will insist on being more compact. The squad has been too frenetic and individualistic when trying to get out of difficult situations, leading to more issues. They have conceded too much on standard situations.

In addition, the Nerazzurri have been stuck between two versions. Last season’s one with Edin Dzeko, but sans Ivan Perisic, and the new one with Romelu Lukaku, which has a different style of play. But his injury halted the transition. They haven’t found a way to properly compensate for the lack of creativity. Moreover, Milan Skriniar hasn’t been up to his high standards after a taxing summer from a personal standpoint.

Our Take on Inzaghi and Inter

The upcoming return of Lukaku will probably put a few things in order and lift other roles too. Giuseppe Marotta generally has a very long leash for his coaches. The manager is likely to see the campaign out unless things really unravel.

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