Spalletti expressing disappointment in Suning. Next week, Sabatini will go to China to convince Suning for an advance of 20-30 million
“We do not have any more players, we are drained. Just come to Appiano and count them, there are no more players. Ranocchia shouldn’t have played, Nagatomo has a fever, Santon has knee problem. We do not have any more players.”
That was Luciano Spalletti speaking after the game and it sums up the current situation at Inter very nicely: the depth is practically zero. The coach of Inter is on edge and words on the streets are saying that he is very unhappy with management. FC Inter News is reporting that Luciano Spalletti is disappointed with the Nerazzurri leadership, underlining how his requests were not satisfied in the summer and they are destined to be ignored once again this month.This disappointment has found support of Ausilio and Sabatini, so much so that the latter will fly to Nanjing next week to emphasize to ownership that the team is way to thin, thinner than the direct rivals for the Champions League, and that if it continues this way, the risk of not making the Champions League, again for the umpteenth time, will become more concrete.
Suning, on its part, has promised a much wider room for maneuver in the next summer, with considerable investment available to sign 3-4 players. With this in mind, Sabatini, who continues to have more and more connection between the ownership and the world of Inter, will clarify to Suning that summer transfer market money will be useless in the absence of the Champions League. Many transfer targets, without the prestigious tournament, will likely settle somewhere else, making it difficult to build a quality team even with the fund available. Thus, Sabatini will ask for an advance on the summer budget, a sum of around 20-30 million that Inter can spend in this month of January in order to give Spalletti a deeper squad for fourth place.
Sabatini knows that a self-financing policy will hardly allow Inter to get out of the quicksand that has been keeping the club out of Champions League football for many years. A financial injection, albeit minimal, would allow Inter to get to the goal with greater security.
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Source: FC Inter News