Davide Frattesi, Yann Bisseck, and Tajon Buchanan can be three players to inject youth into Inter Milan’s squad rotations.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, anticipate that the trio will be crucial as young players play a greater role over the second half of the season.

For the first half of the season, Inter coach Simone Inzaghi has largely erred on the side of experience.

Veterans like Francesco Acerbi, Matteo Darmian, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have all been key starters, with all three being well into their mid-thirties.

Those players, along with experienced keeper Yann Sommer, have complemented former a core of players along with several other regular starters who are right in their prime.

Meanwhile, young summer signings like Frattesi and Bisseck have not had as prominent a role.

But, the Gazzetta suggest, that will change in the second half of the campaign.

Frattesi, Bisseck & Buchanan Ready To Make Inter More Youthful

Inzaghi’s focus on experience has certainly worked as intended so far.

The Nerazzurri are top of the table with a whopping 48 points. They have scored the most goals in Serie A, and conceded the fewest.

But in recent weeks, there have been a few signs that the team is starting to lose a bit of momentum.

The performances of Acerbi, in particular, have shown evidence of fatigue.

So squad rotation will become key.

And the Gazzetta note that many of the players who Inzaghi will be rotating in are decidedly on the younger side.

Frattesi gave a timely reminder of what he’s capable of with his late goal against Hellas Verona on the weekend.

And Bisseck has virtually exploded into the team in the past month.

Both will want to just keep improving. They both certainly have the tools to do so.

And Buchanan, on the other hand, has yet to even feature in a matchday squad for Inter. The Canadian only completed his move to the Nerazzurri on Friday.

But Buchanan can offer youth, energy, and a different kind of one-on-one outlet with his speed and technical quality.

With the fixture list only getting tougher between the league, Supercoppa Italiana, and Champions League, Inzaghi cannot likely rely on a small core of players into the second half of the season the way that he did in the first.

But fortunately for the coach, there are young players who are starting to really grow into the team.