Inter Milan owners Suning proved they have big ambitions for the club throughout the summer transfer session, especially by buying Benjamin Pavard.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews explains, the Nerazzurri hierarchy oversaw a squad revamp during the summer. Several key players left the club while a host of newcomers arrived at Appiano Gentile.

Nevertheless, the source highlights the transfer of Pavard as the deal that showcased the club’s great desire to compete at the highest level.

Following the departure of Milan Skriniar, Simone Inzaghi needed a new competent defender at the back.

Towards the end of the summer, Inter were willing to splash over 30 million euros on the Frenchman, even though his contract with Bayern Munich would have expired a year later.

This indicates that Suning have recognized the importance of adding a strong defender to the fold. They were hellbent on providing the manager with a competitive squad.

Moreover, Pavard and Davide Frattesi were the two most expensive signings in Serie A this summer.

Inter Milan Owners Suning Showcased Their Great Ambitions By Splashing The Cash On Benjamin Pavard

However, Suning simultaneously pulled off other low cost operations. This includes the signing of Davy Klaassen on a free transfer. The 30-year-old Dutchman arrived on deadline day.

So as the Pink newspaper explains, ambition and financial sustainability were the main themes of the last transfer market session at Inter Milan.

The squad revamp has thus far paid dividends. Inzaghi’s team has collected three wins from as many matches. The Nerazzurri are yet to conceded to a goal.

However, the first stern test for Inter will come straight after the international break. They will take on crosstown rivals and fellow league leaders AC Milan in a much-anticipated Derby clash.