A former Italian striker has been speaking very positively about Inter’s future under new boss Simone Inzaghi, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by Tuttomercatoweb.com, Dario Hubner thinks that the striker department for Inter is actually now stronger for Simone Inzaghi than it was under Antonio Conte, despite the high-profile departure of Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea.
“I had a great feeling, Lukaku was lost but Correa and Dzeko are here. Now there are three strong points, the department is better.
Dario Hubner also believes that the style of play has changed under Simone Inzaghi, even though a very similar system is being used by the ex-Lazio boss as was used by Antonio Conte when Inter won the Scudetto in 2020/21.
“The Nerazzurri have changed the way they play with Inzaghi and the team can give a lot to the league.”
The main difference with Inter now seems to be the increased intensity with which they press their opposition. As well as that, the play in attack appears to be much more central.
This is likely down to the involvement of Hakan Calhanoglu, as well as the absence of Achraf Hakimi. This could change somewhat when Denzel Dumfries is fit enough to start games regularly.