Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi is still hoping for an important boost from his backup players, especially the new arrivals.

Many observers believe that the Nerazzurri are the best-equipped side in Italian football, mostly thanks to their deep squad.

But according to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, some of the Beneamata’s second-choice players are yet to prove their worth at the club.

Therefore, Inzaghi is still waiting for these stars to make an important step-up in quality. This would certainly solidify his team’s chances of winning silverware.

The source mentions physical problems that have thus far hindered some of the Inter players. This is particularly accurate in the cases of Marko Arnautovic, Juan Cuadrado, Davide Frattesi and Stefano Sensi.

As for the young Albanian midfielder Kristjan Asslani, Inzaghi is expecting a leap in quality, especially on the psychological level.

The report also mentions Alexis Sanchez who returned to the club in the summer as a free agent. The Chilean still has to adapt to his role at the club.

Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi Is Still Waiting For An Improved Contribution From His Back-up Players

On the other hand, the Roman newspaper identifies Carlos Augusto and Benjamin Pavard as the two players who have integrated the best in their respective roles. In fact, the Frenchman has now cemented himself as a regular starter.

As for the rest, young German defender Yann Bisseck remains in the midst of a long learning process. In Sensi’s case, injuries have always been his greatest nemesis, while Davy Klaassen is somewhat struggling for pace, explains the report.

Nevertheless, these three players remained at Appiano Gentile during the international, so this could be their chance to improve while working closely with the club’s technical staff.