Inter could bring in reinforcements to the squad during the January transfer window, with the club prepared for a signing or two.
This according to CEO Beppe Marotta, who stated to Milan-based newspaper that the club are ready to find ways to bring in players even if they cannot spend much, while he also gave contract updates about two important players.
The Nerazzurri endured a summer of major upheaval, seeing Antonio Conte, Achraf Hakimi, and Romelu Lukaku all depart, but they also brought in former Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi and several players who have so far looked like good acquisitions.
More signings could be on the way as early as January, as Marotta explained that the club are prepared to dip into the market once again should they be able to.
“If needed, we are ready to move in January and bring in one or two gifts,” he explained, “we want to support Inzaghi in the run-up, but without ever losing sight of the budgetary needs. We cannot spend, but we can use our imagination.”
Marotta was also confident about the situation of striker Lautaro Martinez whose renewal has widely been expected, while he also explained that the club are ready to quickly extend the contract of key midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.
“We will talk to Sanchez in due course,” the CEO stated, “but in about ten days we will announce the renewal of Lautaro, a cornerstone Inter’s future who we absolutely want to keep. And next week we will salso meet about Brozovic – on this front as well we are very confident.”