Inter manager Antonio Conte is expecting more from four players once the international break concludes according to a report from Gazzetta dello Sport.
Milan Skriniar is one of those players. The Slovakian is now in his third year with the Nerazzurri and despite being tipped as a future captain by many, his marking among other things has not been as good as it has been previously but this could well be put down to the fact he is now in a back three, which Skriniar has taken time to adapt to.
Another player is Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean arrived at Inter over the Summer transfer window but has struggled to perform with consistency when given a chance.
Conte is also wanting to see more from Matias Vecino. Vecino has been mostly used as a substitute this season but has failed to make any real sort of impact.
The final player is Valentino Lazaro, who has been limited to just one appearance so far. The Austrian could well be given further chances to impress in Inter’s upcoming matches in the league against lesser sides.