Everyone at Inter is in agreement that Marcelo Brozovic will be basis from which to build the midfield. The question is who will play next to him next season when the Nerazzurri return to the Champions League for the first time in 6 years?
According to Turin-based Tuttosport: “Gagliardini has done well with Brozovic and will have his chances, but with Inter’s Champions League adventure, Spalletti wants to have more options and someone with experience, who can take the quality of his team to the next level.”
Ausilio and Gardini are currently focused on selling players, to meet UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules but the list of potential candidates has already been made. Those are Roma’s Strootman and Nainggolan, Bayern’s Vidal and Demebele of Spurs. Behind them are Barella, Cristante and Praet.
But Tuttosport believe attention should be given back to an old target: “In the last few hours, however, Ramires, the ex-Chelsea star who seemed destined to move from Jiangsu, Suning’s Chinese Club to Inter in January, has returned to the scene as an option. He’s won’t cause any problems with Financial Fair Play and could arrive in July. He can play in two positions, is for sale and above all, has Champions League experience.”