Arrigo Sacchi feels that Inter Milan already have “one foot in the future” with the transfer business they are doing this summer.

Writing in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, the legendary former AC Milan coach praises the Nerazzurri for reinforcing an already strong team.

It would be fair to say that the squad that Inter already have is a strong one.

The Nerazzurri have dominated in Serie A this season, with the title looking only a formality at this stage.

But Inter do not look to be resting on their laurels.

For one, it has been clear for months that the Nerazzurri are capitalizing on a couple big free transfer opportunities. These are Porto striker Mehdi Taremi and Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski.

But that doesn’t look to be all in terms of big signings for Inter this summer.

Reports suggest that the Nerazzurri will also aim to sign Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson and Atletico Madrid’s Mario Hermoso, to strengthen at both ends of the pitch.

Sacchi: Inter “Already Have One Foot In The Future”

Former Milan coach Sacchi writes that “The future is never the result of chance.”

“When it is, it rarely gives you the result you want.”

The former coach notes that “To build for tomorrow, you need ideas, rationality, discussions. It is, to summarize, a process, just like when architects and engineers design a building.”

“And, based on what we read and here, Inter have already moved forward with that work,” he continues.

“Taremi, Zielinski, Gudmundsson. Maybe even Hermoso from Atletico Madrid. These are their targets.”

“And they’ll probably sign even more players,” Sacchi suggests.

“With these, we have to applaud the Nerazzurri directors. They’ve decided not to stand still, and have decided to make decisive changes.”

“The secret to keeping on winning is to renew the team right at the moment they’re most successful,” Sacchi writes.

“Allow me to explain – when you win, you’re optimistic and positive. You have the right energy to start thinking and planning for the future.”

“This has been the strategy of Marotta and Ausilio and the rest of their staff,” the former coach suggests. “You have to anticipate your opponents’ moves.”

“And above all, you need clear ideas about what you want to do the next season.”