Inter club legend Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Bergomi has shared his belief that Inter’s newest recruit Christian Eriksen can help change things for the Nerazzurri.
Inter have drawn four of their last six games in Serie A with them having suffered a mid-season drop off for yet another season.
Bergomi, who spent his entire playing career on Inter’s books, thinks that with Eriksen on board, Inter can become less predictable with thanks to the tactical flexibility they can now have thanks to the Danish international attacking midfielder.
“He will be important for Inter and will allow them to have a different solution on a tactical level. Now I see Inter as a bit predictable and tired, they have to find something different,” he explained in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sport 24.
“Eriksen, behind the strikers, can give something more. He can also play the mezzala role. I expect him to bring a quality that Inter have been lacking.”
The former Italian international then went on to discuss the rumours doing the rounds in the media regarding Inter’s desire to bring in a new striker to bolster the attack before the transfer window closes.
“I am surprised by these rumours, there has been a lot of talk that Inter had finished their business. Perhaps they were frightened by the performance of Sanchez.
“Olivier Giroud? I like him, he has physicality which means he can do something important in Serie A. He could have done it for Conte.”
He concluded the interview by discussing Inter’s other new signings Ashley Young and Victor Moses and shared what he thinks the duo must do.
“Compared to those who were already there, Young and Moses must add unpredictability. The Nerazzurri need it and the Englishman is already doing well.”