Jurgen Klinsmann has been discussing the state of affairs at Inter, touching on the form of Nicolo Barella and Romelu Lukaku, as well as Antonio Conte’s farewell.

In an interview with Corriere della Sera, the ex-Bayern Munich and USA manager showed his fondness for Inter by discussing various players and coaches.

Touching upon the manner in which Antonio Conte left Inter after the title-winning campaign, Jurgen Klinsmann showed that he would rather the coach had stayed because continuity is a good thing.

I’m sorry for the farewell of Antonio Conte. Continuity was better,  but now we start again. Crazy inter, right?”

The ex-Hertha Berlin manager also talked about how the role Nicolo Barella has been playing for Italy in Euro 2020 is very similar to N’Golo Kante.

This is an observation that others have made, as Nicolo Barella routinely won the ball in midfield against Turkey and Switzerland before playing simple passes to the Italian forwards.

“He has the same function as Kanté, but the Inter player is in the development phase. The Frenchman already has the experience and has won everything.”

Finally, Jurgen Klinsmann also expressed his admiration for Romelu Lukaku, who has been excellent for Belgium so far.

“Romelu has worked hard to improve, now he is more complete. Then he is a good boy, he knows how to behave.”