President Massimo Moratti has warned Inter will “not make big investments” this summer, as they plan on making the most of their youth academy’s success.
So far the Nerazzurri have brought in Rodrigo Palacio from Genoa, but are so far focusing more on selling ageing stars.
“The economic funds for a club that works well also come from what it can make by selling players,” pointed out Moratti.
“The fans appreciate what results the club is achieving in terms of youngsters who come up through the ranks, not just buying famous players.”
That approach was also made clear by promoting Andrea Stramaccioni from the Primavera side to be head Coach.
“Barcelona’s style of churning out champions is a fortune that you have to earn and I think for the last few years we have been trying to do that. Some positive results are starting to arrive.
“In any case, Inter always plan to win.”
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