Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi has had his hands full this season, and not just with the delicate situation of departing defender Milan Skriniar.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, via FCInterNews, who argue that Romelu Lukaku, Marcelo Brozovic, Denzel Dumfries, and Joaquin Correa have all given the coach problems to solve this campaign.

In the form of Skriniar, Inzaghi has had to deal with a player who, whilst his quality and professionalism have never come into question, increasingly faces off-the-pitch distractions now that it has become known that he plans to leave to join Paris Saint-Germain.

The coach’s management of the former Sampdoria player’s situation could prove to be key to how the rest of the season goes for the Nerazzurri, but this is not the only conundrum that he has on his hands.

Inzaghi is also dealing with two theoretical top players in his squad, Lukaku and Brozovic, who have rarely been able to contribute at their best thanks to injuries and fitness problems.

In both cases, the coach has managed to cope without the pair in attack and midfield respectively, but the Corriere della Sera argue that the 46-year-old must do everything he can to utilize both of their talents once their back to their best.

Meanwhile, Dumfries and Correa have been two players who, for reasons of fitness and confidence, have frequently disappointed on the pitch this season for Inter.

Both are players who Inzaghi has backed with his faith and trust on numerous occasions, but the coach will have to manage their situations correctly over the rest of the campaign.