Inter’s players are looking to isolate themselves from the growing financial crisis with Antonio Conte as their reference point.
The Nerazzurri face a huge match in the Scudetto race tonight as they face Juventus at San Siro in the Derby d’Italia.
There are issues off the pitch though with owners Suning in talks to sell the club amid a growing financial crisis.
Restrictions in China and the ongoing coronavirus crisis have created an air of uncertainty around the club with deferred salaries due to be paid by mid-February.
Inter have also been forced to delay their first €13million payment for Achraf Hakimi from December to March.
As explained by Gazzetta dello Sport, the squad are looking to block out the outside noise and focus on the clash with Juve.
In this sense they’re relying on the strong bond forged with Conte, believing that as long as the Coach remains ambition is high.
Conte has created a bunker mentality with his squad even in a time when salaries have not arrived on time.