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Inter restarts: fitness, calendar, infirmary, more men

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Bastoni and Dzeko are there, De Vrij and Sanchez in the infirmary but everything revolves around the usual Brozovic. And for Inzaghi he suffered two clashes of the utmost importance for the championship and Europe

Inter close ranks 48 hours after Sunday’s super-match against Napoli. With the dual objective of reducing the current gap from the top of the standings and winning the first cartel challenge of the season after the missteps with Lazio, Atalanta, Juve and Milan, Inzaghi still has to unravel some training knots. The priority is to understand how to solve the problems inherited from the national team break.

This time the infamous “Fifa virus” hit De Vrij and Sanchez, but Inzaghi finds at least Bastoni and Dzeko, who will resume working together with their teammates after two days of separate work. The Argentine attacking couple Correa-Lautaro, both of them employed in the national team for only about ninety minutes in all, are charged and fresh. Barella and Brozovic, the two cornerstones of midfield so far forced to work overtime both in the Nerazzurri and in the national team, are recharging their batteries to better face the two crucial matches between the league and the Champions League over four days.

The international stop proved to be regenerating for a pawn so far with a fluctuating performance: Dumfries, fresh from two capital tests with the Netherlands (complete with assists). It will be important to have him at the top because with his muscles the effectiveness on the right doubles. For the rest, Inzaghi finds an Inter he has left in confidence: three victories in a row – including the one at the Sheriff’s house, which is important for the situation in the Champions League – and a good performance in the derby despite the draw restart the Nerazzurri coach. by many smiling faces.

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Only two “patients” at the moment in the Nerazzurri infirmary, both struggling with muscle problems. De Vrij is the victim of a contracture, while Sanchez has accused a resentment of the flexors. For both of them, the stop will last for about two weeks, with the expectation that they will be available for a trip to the Olimpico against Roma scheduled for December 4th. Bastoni and Dzeko have finished the differentiated work, while Barella has already resumed at full capacity after the unloading work on his return from the blue retreat. Except for the Dutch central and the Chilean, all perfectly eligible.

Once again everything revolves around Brozovic, an essential cornerstone of the midfield who returned to Appiano with skyrocketing morale for the world qualification obtained at the photo finish. The Croatian is increasingly the technical and charismatic leader, he confirms us workaholic par excellence (always the owner both in the league and in the Champions League) and during the week he also started negotiations with the management for the contract renewal. If he turns, Inter hardly sticks.

Inter inaugurates the sprint until Christmas with a double commitment of vital importance: the two matches against Napoli (Sunday) and Shakhtar (Wednesday) pass most of the future ambitions both in the league and in the Champions League. The need is therefore to start with your foot pressed on the accelerator. After that, the Nerazzurri calendar will be downhill but still crowded, with the beauty of six days concentrated in less than four weeks. Beyond the European match against Real Madrid on 7 December, which the Nerazzurri are confident they will face with the qualification already in their pockets, the main obstacle will be the trip to Rome against the Giallorossi, exactly three days before flying to Madrid.

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