Former Inter defender Daniele Adani feels that Inter can currently boast four starting-quality attacking options when everyone is fit.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster RAI Radio, Adani stressed how only the fitness and injury problems of Joaquin Correa have at times prevented the Nerazzurri from having four top-class forwards.
Inter almost always play with two strikers, although the balance of their front pairing tends to be determined to be which of their four options are on the pitch.
Martin Satriano got a few minutes from the bench before his loan out to Brest in January while Felipe Caicedo has yet to make an impact in a Nerazzurri, but they can call upon four main forwards.
Coach Simone Inzaghi has the likes of Edin Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez, Joaquin Correa, and Alexis Sanchez at his disposal and has used each of the quartet extensively when they’ve been available.
Adani feels that this is evidence of great strength in depth at the Nerazzurri stating that “Correa is the one who’s sturugled more because of injuries, even if he has some interesting qualities.”
“When he finds form and plays consistently, Inter can really count on four starting attackers,” he added.