Beppe Marotta worked brilliantly to make a strong team at Inter. However, not just Marotta but Ausilio also has a huge role to play in the club’s success. The Italian media has claimed that 63% of playing XI have come to the club in the last two years. Furthermore, the team has a number of youngsters which will help Inter in keeping up the competitive spirit as they will only grow over time. Conte also has a huge role to play in the club’s success over the past years.
Inter made huge signings back in Summer 2019 and spent around €100 million that year. Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Stefano Sensi, Nicolo Barella came to Inter in 2019. Ever since all these players have achieved fame and success with the Italian giants. While Lukaku has become one of the best midfielders in the world, Barella has maintained the status of the best midfielder in the country. In fact, the youngster is growing every day and might captain Inter in the future.
Beppe Marotta worked brilliantly, Ausilio also has a huge role in building Inter’s winning team
CEO Beppe Marotta deserves the praise for the team, Sporting director Ausilio is also the man behind the success story. The last time they were so close to the Scudetto was in 2011. However, Inter have a ten-point lead in Serie A at the moment with 11 games to go. Inter have won the last 8 consecutive games. However, the next game against Sassuolo has been postponed as a few members of the club tested positive for Covid-19. This includes Beppe Marotta, Matias Vecino, and Samir Handanovic. While Ausilio also tested positive earlier, but now has a negative report.
Inter’s struggle with finances last year did not stop Conte from bringing the best out of his team. In fact, with the crisis, Conte denied any new signings and said he will work with the existing players. Thus, giving a chance to Eriksen turned out to be an added positive for the club as the two are now on the right terms with one another. Plus Eriksen is performing well in his position and has started many games in the past month.