Inter legend Riccardo Ferri has spoken on the ongoing saga between Mauro Icardi and Inter among other topics in an interview with FCInterNews.it.
“If Mauro were my son, I would have kept him at home for a week to solve the situation with Inter. The more time passes and the more things get worse. I would tell him that this situation is not good for him or for Inter and that it needs to be resolved quickly.
“I believe that Icardi has to go back to being a player for himself. He can be decisive for Inter for the sake of Champions League qualification and in the Europa League.
“Her constant statements this season have put Mauro in trouble and have triggered the dynamics of the dressing room between the various controversies and discussions between players.”
“The team needs him and his goals, but if Icardi continues to stay out, he risks only getting worse and losing his physical condition.
Ferri also commented on the arrival of Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta in the capacity of chief executive at Inter/
“Marotta’s arrival was the icing on the cake. Inter already had a well-organised structure composed of competent people, but with Marotta Inter have made a quantum leap by relying on one of the most experienced and talented directors in Europe. Few around the world of football know it like he does.”
He then proceeded to discuss what he would like Inter to do in the Summer and touched upon Inter’s signing of Diego Godin.
“I would like to see a winning team built in the transfer market. We need the right mix between young and experienced players.
“I have read about Chiesa and Barella and they seem like two great reinforcements. They are two talented Italian guys and it is important to have a core of Italian players in the locker room.
“I think Godin is a player who can give great performances and leadership and he is a player who embodies the sense of belonging to the team he plays for. I really like him.”