New Inter coach Simone Inzaghi will evaluate the futures for Nerazzurri players Matias Vecino, Alexis Sanchez, and Federico Dimarco during Inter’s pre-season training camp this month.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the incoming manager will look to observe the entire squad and look to find roles for as many players in the squad as he can.

Inzaghi is looking forward to seeing all of the players available to him, and only after having observed everyone will he begin to make decisions about his plans for the squad heading into next season.

Uruguayan midfielder Matias Vecino is a player who struggled for minutes last season due to injury, with the 29-year-old’s recovery from knee surgery slow and interrupted.

However, he is a player whose qualities the new Inter head coach admires, and could be made a key midfield operator for next season, comparable to the role of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic at Lazio, if the coach likes what he sees in training, and the club would not consider his sale before Inzaghi is able to observed him.

Alexis Sanchez is another player whose 2020-21 season was at times affect by injury, though the Chilean was able to make 38 appearances in all competitions last season.

Inzaghi is said to hold the 32-year-old in high esteem, and will evaluate his abilities up close during the training camp and design a tactical role.

Sanchez is happy in Milan, and wants to stay on at Inter for the future, even if he is to sign a contract extension on reduced terms.

Finally, Federico Dimarco returns from his loan with Hellas Verona, and the new coach will look to integrate the 23-year-old into the squad during the training camp, with the player having the ability to replace some of the contributions of the departed Ashley Young.

It is thought that Dimarco is a player who the Nerazzurri would consider selling for the right offer, but that for the moment there is no strong interest in him, and Inzaghi will look to bring out the best in him as an Inter first-team player.