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Inter Coach Simone Inzaghi: “We Have A Meeting Tomorrow To Decide What To Do On The Transfer Market”

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Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi knows that the team must prepare for challenges to come after getting three points from their Serie A clash with Venezia amidst a challenging schedule.

Speaking in a press conference after the match, as reported by FCInterNews, the coach emphasized that the San Siro pitch is not in the best condition and that the team will have to be careful in how they approach the rest of the January transfer window.

Inter laboured to beat a Venezia team who defended in a dogged and organized manner for ninety minutes, but in the end a pinpoint header by Edin Dzeko from an excellent delivery by Denzel Dumfries was enough to give them the result they came for.

“We showed that we don’t give up until the very end,” he said. “I told the guys that it wouldn’t be easy, but we didn’t lose our composure, we conceded little, and we believed until the end. The five substitutions were also decisive.”

Of the possibility of signings in January, the coach said that “Starting tomorrow we’ll have meetings where we’ll discuss how to best approach the team.”

“We expect a difficult run of games and we need to carefully consider the needs of the team,” he added, “I have a club that’s always behind me and we’ll do our best.”

He emphasized that clashes with AC Milan, Napoli, and Liverpool after the break will be “Huge matches, but we’ve also already played extremely important matches like those against Lazio, Juve and Atalanta.”

“And I should add that matches like today’s are important as well, as nothing can be taken for granted,” he went on. “We’ll prepare so that we can be at our best.”

“I’m worried by the goals conceded in the last couple matches as we’ve shown some inattention that I thought had disappeared in the past couple months,” the coach said.

“But I’ve said already that we need to fix the San Siro pitch, because it’s really become a problem and it must be dealt with for the sake of the quality of play.”

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