Inter come in to the season with a squad characterized by quality and depth, and head coach Simone Inzaghi has no shortage of options to select from in building his team.

This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who note that the addition of summer signings and the return of Federico Dimarco to an already strong squad has given the Nerazzurri a deep squad with versatility and quality.

The Nerazzurri saw the departures of two key players this summer in the form of Achraf Hakimi and Romelu Lukaku as well as the sidelining of Christian Eriksen due to health reasons.

However, in their place came the likes of Denzel Dumfries, Hakan Calhanoglu, Edin Dzeko, and Joaquin Correa, as well as the return of Dimarco from his loan with Hellas Verona and the arrival of third-choice goalkeeper Alex Cordaz from Crotone.

Three new signings, Calhanoglu, Dzeko, and Correa, have already gotten on the scoresheet in the Nerazzurri’s opening two matches, as an early example of what they can contribute.

These signings join a strong core of Scudetto-winners, and as the Gazzetta highlight, the squad still contains gems to be uncovered who did not show their best last season but can still make significant contributions.

The early form of Arturo Vidal and Stefano Sensi has demonstrated that they can be of great use to Inzaghi, while Matias Vecino is also ready to show that he is an important player in Serie A after being frustrated by injuries last season.

In attack, the arrivals of Dzeko and Correa in place of Lukaku and the hoped-for return of Alexis Sanchez mean that the manager can call on four high-quality options in building his team and the players will compete for places, compared to last season when Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez were the main striking pair.

The Gazzetta characterizes this season’s Inter squad by writing, “It is not yet known what Inter will be, but undoubtedly for sure the keys to solving the problem are not lacking. Then, of course, the keys must work: Genoa and Verona are two good clues.”