Simone Inzaghi on the future of Milan Skriniar

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Simone Inzaghi on the future of Milan Skriniar

Milan Skriniar is the desire of many clubs. Many offers have come to Inter, but they do not intend to sell their defender. One of the more specific clubs was PSG. Simone Inzaghi denied the possibility of Skriniar leaving the club.

Their desire is another defender and they will do their best to succeed in that.
“It was agreed with the directors and the club. Out of respect to the fans, we should not talk about transfers anymore but only focus on the pitch.

The club knows we have a problem following the departure of Andrea Ranocchia and are working to sign a new player in defence,” the Inter coach said at a press conference, as quoted by football-italia. After Ranochia left the club, Inter is looking for a player.

The most important thing for them is that they want to keep the key players of the previous season, and Skriniar is certainly one of those. “A replacement will come, Skriniar replaced De Vrij when he was not available last season,” Inzaghi explained.

“Danilo [D’Ambrosio] and Matteo Darmian are the fortunes of every coach because they can help in every part of the pitch. As of today, Skriniar would replace De Vrij if he was not available”.

Top of the table

Inzaghi emphasized that the team will aim for the top of the table as in previous seasons.

Last season, they were close to the title, but AC Milan did not give Inter a chance and did not give up until the very end. “We must aim to the top. We have lost Perisic who was very important but made a different choice.

We brought Lukaku back and signed valuable players such as Mkhitaryan, Onana, Bellanova and Asllani who have quality. “It’s great to have two goalkeepers like Handanovic and Onana, who has settled in well. He is a smart guy and will have his chances.

He is a very important option for the staff and me”. Their opponent in the opening round will be Lecce. Inzaghi commented on his opponent a few months ago: “We'll be starting the season against a newly promoted side,” the coach commented.

“It's an interesting one and we're going to have to be fully focused. “There are no easy games in Italy and we'll be playing two matches every week. We must make sure we prepare properly ahead of the campaign and go into every game with the same determination and desire to do well”.