Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi will continue to rotate his starting formation, but Yann Bisseck remains out of the equation.

The 22-year-old joined the Nerazzurri in the summer, making a transfer from Danish first-tier club Aarhus.

The Italian giants splashed 7 million euros to trigger the German’s release clause. However, he’s yet to cement himself as a pillar at the club.

According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Bisseck remains outside Inzaghi’s rotation plans.

In Wednesday’s Champions League encounter against Real Sociedad, the coach made five changes to the starting formation that demolished Milan 5-1 last weekend.

Inzaghi should once again tinker with his lineup when his team takes on Empoli on Sunday’s early Serie A kickoff.

Nevertheless, whatever changes the coach will introduce won’t include Bisseck. The young defender will remain on the bench, explains the source.

Alessandro Bastoni could earn some rest following his midweek howler. But his replacement on the left side of the defense will most likely be Francesco Acerbi, who should join Stefan de Vrij and Benjamin Pavard at the back.

Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi Has Been Rotating His Starting Formation But Yann Bisseck Remains On The Outside

For his part, the Germany U21 starlet has only made one official appearance since joining the Italian giants. He came off the bench for a brief second-half cameo on the opening-day fixture against Monza.

Since then, Bisseck has remained on the bench, and it appears that his fate won’t change in the immediate future, predicts the source.

Nevertheless, time remains on the German’s side. After all, he’s only 22 years of age and has a contract that ties him to the club until 2028.