Inter Milan midfielder Davide Frattesi will be featuring more prominently in the final stretch of the campaign.

The Nerazzurri clinched the Serie A title on Monday by beating AC Milan by two goals to one. The Derby della Madonnina victory was enough to put the club over the finish line and unlock the coveted second star.

Nevertheless, Inter still have five fixtures to negotiate, beginning with a clash against Torino at San Siro early on Sunday.

According to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInter1908, Inzaghi will adopt a different approach after securing his maiden Scudetto title.

The 48-year-old will be looking to give opportunities to those who played less throughout the course of the campaign. Chief among them will be Frattesi who acted as Inter’s ultimate super-sub.

The 24-year-old was one of the club’s most prominent summer signings, but couldn’t carve himself a starting role. Inzaghi opted to maintain the midfield trio of Nicolo Barella, Hakan Calhanoglu and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Nevertheless, the former Sassuolo man often made the required impact while coming off the bench.

The Italian made 27 Serie A appearances this term, but only three as a starter. However, he still found time to score five goals and provide two assists in the league.

Inter Milan Coach Inzaghi To Hand Davide Frattesi More Minutes In Last Five Serie A Matches

Hence, Frattesi will be looking to collect additional time in the last five fixtures, allowing him to warm his engine ahead of the Euro 2024. After all, the midfielder is a key player in Luciano Spalletti’s tactical plans.

On the other hand, Inzaghi will grant some rest to those who were often on the pitch. The source mentions Francesco Acerbi as one player who could use some time off.

The 36-year-old is also hoping to earn a call-up for the Azzurri, and would like to arrive at the summer tournament in an optimal physical condition.