Inter Milan have reportedly identified a psychological issue in the squad. The club will be looking to overcome it as soon as possible.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, the Nerazzurri’s five lost points in the league will fuel the team with anger ahead of their upcoming fixtures.
Simone Inzaghi’s men will resume their Serie A campaign on October 21 with a contest against Torino. They will then host Romelu Lukaku’s Roma in a tense affair before taking on Atalanta and finally Frosinone before the November international break.
Nevertheless, league leaders AC Milan will have an even more challenging schedule. The Rossoneri will take on Juventus, Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain.
So as the source tells it, Inzaghi will be looking to pounce on the situation and regain the Serie A lead. He’s also planning on using his squad depth. He should bring in the likes of Davide Frattesi, Juan Cuadrado and Carlos Augusto.
However, the pink newspaper talks about a mental issue that has been hindering the club’s recent campaigns.
Inter Milan Are Addressing A Psychological Issue After Dropping Points Against Provincial Sides
While the Nerazzurri often do well on the big occasions, they tend to drop points against provincial sides. This season, they suffered a defeat at the hands of Sassuolo, while also squandering a two-goal lead against Bologna.
Therefore, the report claims that the club is addressing this psychological issue in a very serious manner.
Instead of pointing the fingers towards certain culprits, Inter plan to maintain cohesion amongst the ranks and make sure everyone pushes in the same direction.