Former Italy coach Gian Piero Ventura believes that Inter would do well to sign Torino centre-back Gleison Bremer, whilst a move for Juventus star Paulo Dybala would be a real statement.
The Nerazzurri take on Torino in Serie A later today and Bremer is expected to feature, as speculation mounts that his future could be at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza next season.
In an interview with Itasportpress.it yesterday, Ventura offered his opinion on how Inter would fare against his former club, as well as why they ought to turn to Bremer and Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi.
“Inter are favourites, but will suffer from post-Champions League fatigue,” Ventura claimed, following the Nerazzurri’s elimination from European competition at the hands of Liverpool last Tuesday.
“On the other side there is a very hungry Granata. They have had a positive season, (coach) Ivan Juric has tried to shape the team, bringing his own identity and it seems to me that he has succeeded.
“Bremer has grown exponentially to become one of the top three defenders in the league.
“I could see him doing very well at Inter, as he would in all the top Italian clubs, and I would also see Domenico Berardi doing very well at Inter, he is one of the greatest talents in Italy.”
Inter have also been linked with an ambitious swoop for Juventus star Dybala, with the Argentina international out of contract in Turin at the end of the season.
“If Paulo Dybala went to Inter, the Nerazzurri would secure a great coup, that is certain,” Ventura added.
The 74-year-old suffered the ignominy of failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup whilst leading Italy, but earned plaudits for his work at Torino prior to that, as he took them from Serie B to the Europa League between 2011 and 2016.