President Massimo Moratti has confirmed that Inter will make some January repairs after holding a transfer summit on Monday.
Inter officials Marco Branca and Piero Ausilio held a 90-minute meeting with Moratti earlier today before the latter was quizzed by the media outside his Saras offices.
“We spoke about yesterday’s loss against Udinese, but also the future,” the oil baron noted. “We’ll make adjustments to Inter.
“But before then let us hope that we get back our injured and suspended players.”
The San Siro giants have been paired with the likes of Atalanta winger Ezequiel Schelotto, Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino and Catania playmaker Francesco Lodi.
“They are all good players,” Moratti continued. “However, now is not the time to spend a lot of money.”
Inter’s season took a massive step in the right direction with a win at Juventus in November, but they’ve collected just eight points since.
“We only did well for a part of the game,” he said when asked about yesterday’s 3-0 reverse. “Then there was a horrible transformation.
“Inter have the same amount of points as Claudio Ranieri’s Inter last season? Yes, but the League position is better as the others are slowing down.”
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