Inter Milan have been one of the teams in the race for the Italian Serie A title for the 2015-16 season. The club have been living up to the tradition of Italian clubs being very defensive.
Inter Milan will not have to make a major reshuffle of the squad according to manager Roberto Mancini, who has done an exceedingly well job in the first few months of the season according to many critics.
The former Manchester City boss took over at the club when they were struggling to even qualify for the Champions League. However, Mancini has transformed the team into a title challenge in outfit once again. Of course, a lot of money has been spent in the process, but Inter will be more than happy to be in this situation.
Juventus are in danger of conceding the Italian Serie A title for the first time in more than four years. The team has been champions since the winning run began in the 2011-12 season.
Inter Milan went on a similar run of five straight league titles before failing to even qualify for the Champions League. Juventus are going through a similar spell after the loss of important players in the summer.
Inter Milan secured a third consecutive victory in the league after managing to overcome Torino.
Just by taking into account the amount of money that was spent in signing Stephan Jovetic and Geoffrey Kondogbia, the transfer fee for both of these players reaches around €60 million.
That’s just in signing 2 players, Inter Milan has spent more money in this summer transfer window if you take into consideration all of the other players that have been signed so far.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini says that he is not interested in selling striker Mauro Icardi despite interest from several clubs across Europe.
The likes of Real Madrid and Manchester City are thought to be monitoring the situation of the youngster, who has hit 22 goals in the league campaign last season. This is a healthy return for a player, who plays in a team that does not create much opportunities. Inter have been heavily disappointing this season and the fortunes have not improved even after their former manager Roberto Mancini came to the club.
Inter Milan slipped to a new low after a 1-1 draw against Parma. This was the second consecutive match in which they have failed to win and it asks further questions about manager Roberto Mancini.
He was the much hyped a replacement for Walter Mazzarri, who had failed to deliver after more than 18 months at the club. Mazzarri witnessed the club slip away from the Champions League places and out of Europe altogether. It looks like Mancini will be unable to get the club back into at least Europa league football for the next campaign.
Ac.Milan and Inter Milan have been sharing the San Siro stadium since 1947 but things might be changing within the next years as Ac.Milan has published a plan on constructing a new 48,000 seater stadium in an area of land which is not being used.
The Italian side has already claimed that this prospective new home for the fans of Ac.Milan would be one of the most innovative stadiums in the world which will incorporate a hotel, a sports college, restaurants, a children’s playground, green areas and a number of other things.
Roberto Mancini took over as the replacement for Walter Mazzarri back in November, but he has managed only one victory in the league since his return to Inter Milan.
The former Manchester City boss won several league titles with Inter in his first spell. Several reasons have been attributed for Inter being unable to perform at a high standard even after a managerial change and one of them is the lack of understanding to the manager’s philosophy. Mancini says that the players need to understand his requirements quickly in order to start winning matches.
As each day passes by and the January transfer window edges closer and closer, more and more rumors start to emerge linking certain players with a number of different clubs around the world, some of those rumors are shut down and disappear soon while others continue being spread around and one of those is Inter Milan being interested in signing Liverpool’s Glen Johnson and Fabio Borini.