Midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu has not been up to par so far this season for Inter, with Italian media rating him as the least effective performer overall so far this season at the club.
The 27-year-old has received the lowest average grade for his appearances with the Nerazzurri in the player ratings given out by Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport so far this season.
Calhanoglu arrived from AC Milan with high expectations and showed all of his quality in his debut against Genoa, but since then has failed to consistently affect games, with the Gazzetta only awarding him a score of 5.83/10 on average for his displays.
Just ahead of him is defender Stefan de Vrij, whose average rating his dragged down to 5.92/10 by a subpar performance against Sassuolo which he was given a score of 4.5/10.
Meanwhile, striker pair Lautaro Martinez and Edin Dzeko have earned much better average scores for their performances, with average grades of 7 and 6.85 out of ten being awarded to them respectively.
Nicolo Barella is close behind the duo with a score of 6.78/10 on average for his displays, while Federico Dimarco has gotten an average grade of 6.58/10 and Milan Skriniar one of 6.35/10.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Samir Handanovic’s mixed displays see him take an average grade of 6/10 for his performances across the first seven matches of the season.