Italian journalist Maurizio Pistocchi believes that Inter do not look like they have any sort of clear plan at the moment under Simone Inzaghi and that there are seriously worrying signs for the viability of the current project.

Tweeting after the Nerazzurri’s 3-1 Serie A loss at the hands of Udinese, the journalist suggested that the Nerazzurri coach does not have the team playing with any sort of identity and that questions have to be asked about their future.

Inter lookied disjointed all over the pitch and found themselves overrun by a confident Udinese team, which is made even more worrying by the fact that this was not the first time that this has happened to the team.

If Inzaghi is to remain coach for much longer, he will have to show that he can institute clear ideas on how to overcome these kinds of difficulties in performance, and Pistocchi believes that at the moment there’s little reason to believe that this is the case.

“Inter under Conte might not always have been enjoyable to watch, but they always knew what to do and how to do it,” he tweeted, “Inzaghi’s are the opposite, they look like they’re making it up as they go along. Sottil’s Udinese deserve the win for chances created and the balance of play, and if I were Marotta I’d be worried.”