Inter coach Antonio Conte could not wait to have his squad available after the international break and spent over two hours yesterday working on tomorrow’s fixture against Torino, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
The report details how the Nerazzurri players who were on international duty recently finally returned to Milan recently, giving Conte his squad finally.
The 51-year-old Italian coach spent two and a half hours yesterday working with the team for tomorrow’s clash against the Granata, with a tactical meeting, examining videos related to Torino and then carrying out a normal training session.
From now until Christmas there will be 10 games to play for the Nerazzurri and Conte knows that every player will need to be involved in the project.
Considering next week’s Champions League clash against Real Madrid, the Inter coach is considering starting Andrea Ranocchia tomorrow, to give Stefan de Vrij a short rest.