Former Inter goalkeeper Tommaso Berni has played down the idea that Inter are in a crisis at the moment, according to a report in the Italian media.
Speaking during an interview with ViolaNews.com, Tommaso Berni explained that Inter have not been in a crisis, they have just had a lot of big gams very close together which is going to make the squad much more tired than normal.
“I would not say there is a crisis. There are players who have not stopped between the league, cups and national teams for two or three years.
“At the beginning of 2022 it is the only team that had all the head-to-head matches close together, so it’s normal to be a bit tired. The performances have always been there, they played a stratospheric match in Liverpool.”
Inter will be hoping to breakout of their inconsistent run of form on Saturday as they welcome Fiorentina to San Siro.
La Viola are a very attack minded team this season under Vincenzo Italiano and they will look to exploit any opportunity to take three points away from San Siro.
Tommaso Berni feels that the game will be wide open on Saturday because neither team are like to sit deep and focus on not conceding.
“The match is wide open, Inter and Fiorentina play football and don’t park the bus. It will be a game full of emotions.”
The game kicks off at 18:00 local time and Inter may be without Marcelo Brozovic.