Inter President Massimo Moratti has warned the club will only keep those players worthy of the Nerazzurri jersey.
The Beneamata are expected to make changes this summer after ending the campaign in sixth and thus failing to qualify for the Champions League.
“The plan for the re-start? Now we'll see, gradually,” he said outside of his office in the fashion capital of Italy.
“It's not as if we'll do it all today. Now we have a period in which we can reflect on the opportunities that are there and what we can do.
“Will we start with the confirmation of Coach Andrea Stramaccioni and defender Andrea Ranocchia? Add someone else and then we are done,” he smiled. “We'll start by confirming those who deserve to stay.”
The San Siro giants began the campaign with Scudetto ambitions, but they ended up hiring three different Coaches given their faltering results.
“More than one thing influenced the season and all the responsibility is in the choices. And then the choices went badly because the ones who were selected didn't perform well,” he added.
“Of course this all gives you experience. The fault? To a certain extent it was a combination of things, but it seems to me that the players always put forward their effort.”
Moratti stated earlier this season that he blamed first Coach Gian Piero Gasperini for the subsequent problems.
Gasperini, on the other hand, criticised the club’s movement in the summer transfer window.
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