Former Fiorentina and Hellas Verona midfielder Antonio Di Gennaro believes that Inter have remained a strong team despite important losses during the summer.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster TMW Radio, the 63-year-old gave the view that the Nerazzurri still have the right qualities to succeed even after a tough summer transfer window which saw the departures of Antonio Conte, Achraf Hakimi, and Romelu Lukaku.
Conte left the Nerazzurri at the beginning of the summer not long after guiding them to the Scudetto, and he was followed out the exit door by the likes of Hakimi and Lukaku.
In particular after the sales of key players, there was widespread expectation that the Nerazzurri’s level would drop, even with the appointment of former Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi and a number of signings.
However, the start to the season has been positive for Inzaghi’s Inter, and they have found their own ways to win matches.
Di Gennaro believes that “When they find balance, they’re a strong team. With the corporate crisis and the goodbyes of Conte, Hakimi and Lukaku, there was much fear, but instead they have remained very strong.”
“Sometimes they lose a bit of intensity and concentration, but they have the strength and quality on the bench that allow them to recover.”