Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has admitted that he has a few worries ahead of this weekend’s game against Genoa.
“It will be an important match,” the tactician noted on Wednesday when talking to Mediaset. “Unfortunately, we’re not in great shape.
“We lost Yuto Nagatomo and Luca Castellazzi last night in the Italian Cup game against Verona, and there are a few other injuries.
“Should Fredy Guarin’s suspension be upheld then we’d be a bit short in midfield too seeing that Esteban Cambiasso isn’t fit either.”
The Nerazzurri are currently second in Serie A, seven points behind leaders Juventus after picking up just seven points from the last 18 available.
Stramaccioni added: “I want to see a great Inter against Genoa because we could start the second half of the season, or get to Christmas, in second place.”
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