Former Inter defender Riccardo Ferri feels that Inter’s attack is hardly a problem for them even without the possible signing of Paulo Dybala.
Speaking to Italian news outlet FootballNews24.it, Ferri noted that the Nerazzurri’s attack was the best in Serie A last season even without the Argentine, seeing the team score a total of 84 goals.
Inter are looking to bring Dybala in for next season, with the 28-year-old a high profile target who could add quality and creativity to their attack.
The former Juventus forward would add undoubted quality to the team, but as Ferri points out, the sheer ability to score goals is hardly something that the team lacked in the season just gone.
Perhaps Dybala could add some refinement and precision in games that are difficult to unlock, but Ferri believes that the attack is not a big problem for the team as it stands.
“Inter must start again the way that they ended the last season,” he said, “nothing is certain with Dybala yet. I do recall, however, that this season Inter scored 84 goals, the strongest attack in Serie A.”