Club told they must regret seeing ‘fantastic player’ leave for Tottenham


Former Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti wonders if the Serie A giants are saddened by the loss of Ivan Perisic with the winger impressing in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur, speaking to Football Italy.

Napoli, Atalanta, Udinese and Lazio; you are already late this they are the top four in Serie A heading into September’s international break. Not long ago, riots were threatening to break out on the streets of Naples, Maurizio Sarri was under a lot of pressure at Lazio, and Atalanta’s season at the top of the tree appeared to be end.

Udinese, however, have barely climbed above mid-table since the glory days of Antonio di Natalie. In fact, the last time Hespert highlighted the top half, Perisic is still the Borussia Dortmund player.

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Inter Milan, the Scudetto winners in 2021, went down again against their previous rivals this weekend, going down 3-1 to an Udinese side who edged past Jose Mourinho’s Roma.

Ivan Perisic shines at Tottenham Hotspur after leaving Inter Milan

“This sudden start,” lamented Moratti, president of the Inter team that won the treble in 2010.

The loss of Perisic, last season’s best performer, and Romelu Lukaku’s injury problems, according to Moratti, are just two of the reasons Simone Inzaghi is under fire and needs to find an answer.

“Obviously, Lukaku’s injury has affected and changed the situation,” he said. “But it’s a bigger problem for me, about the internal relationship between the players and the coach.

“I hope it’s not true, because I think Inzaghi is a good boy, a good coach. The team is the same as last year.

Except for Perisic, of course.

“We want to make the mistake of forgetting that Perisic is a good player,” Moratti said. “He gave a big helping hand to the defense. His departure was probably a little unexpected. It was a big, big change in the team.

Even at 33, Perisic remains a deep green defender. In nine matches for Tottenham Hotspur, the Croatian striker has four assists.

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