Former Inter striker Sergio Gori has accused Inter’s management of being unprepared on the transfer market with the club still yet to sign strikers.
“I struggle to understand certain dynamics of Inter, it seems to me that the management is unprepared,” he began an interview with TuttoMercatoWeb.
“There has not been an alternative plan to Lukaku. Without looking to create controversy, I must say that the management seems unprepared, with a president who lets himself be guided by important professionals but the decisions and the choices seem confused. I don’t understand how Inter could go on tour with kids in attack.
“I struggle to understand the reasons for this situation and the lack of a plan B for the attack. At Inter you can’t have such confusion.”
Gori, who had two spells at Inter, then spoke on Mauro Icardi and a bit more on Lukaku.
“Icardi was worth what €90 or €100 million and now what is he worth? I have read that nobody wants him. It is absurd since he is someone that has always scored so much and then you have to go and spend more than €80 million on Lukaku who, yes, he has scored, but is not spoken about as much, to replace him.”
Gori also spoke on Radja Nainggolan’s imminent loan move to Cagliari.
“He is a great buy. He will have a chance to redeem himself at Cagliari. The Rossoblu hope to play in Europe but I think if you’re being realistic there are 6/7 teams ahead of them.”