Inter chief Massimo Moratti has warned that he may make changes at the end of the season unless results improve.
The Nerazzurri’s push for Champions League qualification took another blow on Sunday with the home loss to Bologna.
And given their current problematic run of results, questions are starting to be asked about the futures of technical director Marco Branca and boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
“Branca said that he and Stramaccioni will remain next season? In truth, he said that the President makes decisions and he is right,” Moratti noted.
“I evaluate things on a daily basis,” he continued. “In my view, if results change then everything can stay as it is.”
Inter, four points and two places behind the Champions League zone, have only won three of their last 12 League games.
“We had a massive collapse, especially in the first half,” Moratti added when asked about his side’s latest loss.
“There is great anger and disappointment right now, but you have to be calm when evaluating things and trying to rebuild morale.
“I don’t understand why we, especially in the first half of games, can’t express ourselves in the way that we need to.
“That could be a mental or physical problem. Yesterday we threw away a half of football and that is serious.”
There was at least one thing that pleased Moratti last night and that was the performance of January signing Mateo Kovacic.
“The boy has talent and he showed that yesterday. He’s quality and we have a project for him.”
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