Inter have dismissed speculation that they were thinking about appointing Vincenzo Montella as their Coach.
The Italian was a wanted man over the summer following his impressive work at Roma and then Catania.
However, he eventually ended up at Fiorentina, while the Beneamata decided to confirm former Primavera boss Andrea Stramaccioni as their Coach.
“We have never thought about Montella,” Inter technical director Marco Branca told Sky Sport Italia. “We decided to appoint Andrea five months ago.
“There was no time to consider Montella because we were immediately happy with the decision that we had taken.”
Inter are now third in the table, four points behind joint leaders Juventus and Napoli, after their 2-1 win over the Viola last night.
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