Inter’s coach Walter Mazzari was interviewed by RAI after the match against Catania:

“We tried to push until the end. It is normal that there is a risk of suffering when you attack a lot and don’t score. Something needs to be done to steer the team back on track and regain the enthusiasm we had in the beginning. I felt the bad mood on the pitch, the boys aren’t used to playing in such situations and suffered. If the crowd isn’t happy, I prefer that they whistle at the beginning or end of the match.”

On the transfer market:

“I have repeated to Thohir what I think, if then the club can’t intervene, I will make the best out of the squad I have.”