Former Empoli, Spezia, and Brescia head coach Luigi Cagni believes that Inter have become more expansive in their style of play and the players have been allowed to express themselves more under coach Simone Inzaghi.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster Radio Marte, the 71-year-old gave his thoughts on the Nerazzurri’s style of play under the former Lazio boss.

Inzaghi inherited a tough task in the summer when he joined the Italian champions to take over from Antonio Conte in a summer which saw multiple arrivals and departures in the transfer market, but he also inherited a talented squad.

Both the players from last season and the new signings have shown throughout their careers the technical quality that they have and the free-flowing attacking football that they are capable of, something that was not always on show under Conte.

Under Inzaghi, however, Inter have looked to be one of the most attacking and expressive teams in Serie A by far this season, with eighteen goals from only five games.

“Inter are a well-established team that have found freedom and lightness with Inzaghi,” Cagni said of the Nerazzurri this season.