Italy’s UEFA Euro squad list has been released and it is Inter Milan who have produced the most players for the national team, proving that they’re still giants of Italian football.

But today, we want to look at the players who built this club. These are the biggest five Inter Milan legends.

5. Luis Suarez

No, not the Uruguayan. This Luis Suarez was a Spaniard who played for both Barcelona and Inter Milan. He spent 9 years at Inter Milan and helped them win 7 trophies including 3 Serie A titles and 2 European Cups.

Suarez’s Ballon d’Or award came when he was at Barcelona but it serves as evidence of how good a player he was.

4. Ronaldo

Another player who moved from Barcelona to Inter. Ronaldo Nazario was an Inter Milan player for just 5 years, but the impact he made during that period has earned him a spot on their list of legends.

Inter broke the world record transfer fee to bring him in from Barcelona in 1997 and he proved to be a very good investment.

Ronaldo had 69 goal contributions in 99 appearances for the club and won them a UEFA Cup.

As an Inter player, he won the Ballon d’Or, FIFA World Player of the Year, Serie A Footballer of the Year, UEFA Club Footballer of the Year, and UEFA Club Best Forward awards amongst others. He also currently sits in the Inter Milan Hall of Fame.

3. Javier Zanetti

Zanetti is Inter’s biggest modern-day legend. He was at the club for 19 years between 1995 and 2014 and played in defense and midfield.

He won 16 trophies with the club including their only European treble in 2010. He was inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame in 2018.

You want to know how big of an Inter legend Javier Zanetti is? This should tell you: the club retired the number 4 after he hanged his boots in 2014 and he immediately became a club director that same year.

Now, he is the club’s vice president. He is certainly one of Inter Milan’s most influential figures of the 21st century.

2. Giacinto Facchetti

Facchetti was at Inter Milan for 18 years and won 9 trophies including 4 Serie A titles and 2 European Cups. While an Inter player, he finished as runner up in the Ballon d’Or which is impressive for a defender.

Facchetti also sits in the Inter Milan Hall of Fame.

1. Giuseppe Meazza

Now, this is Inter Milan’s biggest-ever legend. He graduated from Inter’s academy, earned a place in the first team, dominated Italy with his boyhood club, then went on to tour the country before returning to end his career at Inter.

He won 3 Serie A titles with Inter, finished as Serie A top scorer in three different seasons, and still remains the youngest-ever player to reach 100 goals in Serie A history.

Meazza loved the club so much that, after retirement, he came back to coach the club in three different spells.

The late striker is so beloved by Inter Milan fans that they named the club’s home stadium after him in 1980 after his death.