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Inter Milan re-signing Romelu Lukaku will mean a change of style for Simone Inzaghi

Inter looks like a perfect car, but even the best Ferraris can have engine problems if the bodywork gets too heavy.

Romelu Lukaku’s return to Inter has reimagined the team’s tactical structure by bringing a center forward back to the center of Simone Inzaghi’s technical plan with the body of Christian Vieri, the best striker of the past 30 years.

With Lukaku on the attack, Inter have changed their style and this year will leave the strategic system with Edin Dzeko as a ‘false nine’, able to create holes for the midfielders and become a supporting striker for Lautaro Martinez.

With Dzeko on top, Inter started to play like a real team, working the ball between the lines and taking advantage of the Bosnian’s great technique.

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Romelu Lukaku’s return to Inter Milan requires Simone Inzaghi to reshape his front line

The Belgian had a scorching first season at Chelsea after his £97.5 million move

The Belgian had a scorching first season at Chelsea after his £97.5 million move

Lautaro Martinez currently looks untouchable in Inzaghi's lineup, but could be sold

Lautaro Martinez currently looks untouchable in Inzaghi’s lineup, but could be sold

At the moment Martinez’s position appears to be that of an unassailable player in Inzaghi’s line-up, but the truth is that in the event of a bid of around £77million, the Argentine star could be sold.

Lukaku and Martinez played together for two years and worked perfectly together in a 3-5-2, but the change of coach could open up new attacking space by adding Dybala.

HOW DOES LUKAKU CHANGE INTER’S ATTACK?

Giuseppe Marotta’s operation in the transfer market requires major technical development on the pitch, as Lukaku needs pampering and attention, even from his team-mates, and has a very different style from Dzeko’s.

Unlike the former Manchester City star, the Belgian striker will be the linchpin in the center of the opponent’s penalty area, but above all, he will enable Inzaghi to build a team capable of running and fighting, allowing Inter to take advantage of his pace at the break.

Romelu Lukaku's return to Inter Milan requires Simone Inzaghi to reshape his front line

The Belgian striker flourished at Inter under Antonio Conte and is keen to return to Serie A

Lukaku is an athlete who can provide 100 percent of his qualities in the counter-attack and with Antonio Conte he was able to find a technical and tactical dimension that he never had in his career.

In Italy there is a lot of curiosity to understand what his approach will be after 12 months out of Serie A after a disastrous spell at Chelsea.

Lukaku has shown in the Premier League that he has a lot of problems with physically strong and fast defenders. His ‘Italian style of play’ has influenced his performance and his economic value, making him incompatible with dynamic English football.

SIMONE INZAGHI IS NOT ANTONIO CONTE

Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 is very different from Antonio Conte’s 3-5-2. For the former Lazio coach it is essential to have two playmakers in the middle of the field to constantly build the game, while for the Tottenham coach it is essential to have two half wingers who can each score eight to ten goals. to make. †

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Inter boss Simone Inzaghi is different from Conte and will have to include Lukaku in his plans

Lukaku could become Serie A’s next Ciro Immobile by taking advantage of the midfielder’s serve, but he’ll have to improve his humility and his demeanor throughout the 90 minutes while Inzaghi sits on the bench.

Lukaku does not have the qualities of Dzeko and he will have to change his approach to the match or it will be Inzaghi’s job to change something so that he can become the protagonist.

AND DYBALA?

Until a few weeks ago, Paulo Dybala would definitely join the club, while Lukaku was the forbidden dream of the Inter and Marotta fans.

Today, the situation is completely reversed: Lukaku is again an Inter player, while Dybala is still on standby. Through sports post From sources we know that the main problem has to do with the commissions of Jorge Antun, who would like Dybala to receive a signing bonus.

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Inter have long been linked with a transfer for Paulo Dybala from league rivals Juventus

At one point it seemed certain that Dybala would sign for Inter and he has yet to join the club

At one point it seemed certain that Dybala would sign for Inter and he has yet to join the club

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, the deal is complicated, but so far there are no specific diplomatic problems, even though Roma, Milan, Tottenham and other Premier League clubs could soon make an offer to the player.

Now Marotta must first be able to sell Alexis Sanchez and at least one of Dzeko and Joaquin Correa, and then he will return to negotiate with Antun without complying with the Argentine agent’s initial requests.

SportMediaset reports that AC Milan has contacted Antun to receive news about Dybala’s future. The Rossoneri cannot afford to meet Dybala’s financial demands, but hope that the player and his entourage will lower their economic expectations over time.

Juve’s requests are not within the reach of Suning’s shaky balance sheet and Marotta will only be able to consider buying Dybala if there is a major economic discount.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter will meet Fabrizio De Vecchi on Saturday, an intermediary who closely monitors Joya’s interests.

So it could be the day he writes the final chapter of the Dybala to Inter soap opera.

CORREA, SANCHEZ OR DZEKO OUT?

Sanchez, Correa, Dzeko: Two of these three forwards are considered to be outside Inter’s tactical and technical project, despite Inzaghi repeatedly emphasizing that he values ​​all three players.

Inter may need to sell Joaquin Correa (left) to balance the books after Lukaku .'s arrival

Inter may need to sell Joaquin Correa (left) to balance the books after Lukaku .’s arrival

Alexis Sánchez is also vulnerable as Inter look to make room for their summer arrivals

Alexis Sánchez is also vulnerable as Inter look to make room for their summer arrivals

Their salary, linked to Lukaku’s return and the suspected purchase of Dybala, is becoming untenable and Marotta does not want to pierce the Italian club’s financial account.

The player Inzaghi is keen to keep is Correa as the Argentine has been heavily paid by the club and is arguably the most tactically useful striker of the three – as well as the youngest. But at the moment he is the only one who could make Inter a lot of money by moving clubs.

BELLANOVA IS AN IDEAL NEW PLAYER FOR INTER

In order to enable the club to attract top players, Marotta was also forced to strengthen the team with players of average quality.

The club’s accounts have to be spot-on and as a result, Inter have decided to select players with low management costs – also choosing to hire Lukaku back, even though they spend a lot on his salary.

Raoul Bellanova hasn’t had any luck so far. He has suffered two consecutive relegations, first to Pescara and then to Cagliari, but now the Nerazzurri have chosen him to join Inzaghi’s team in a cost-effective deal.

According to Sky Sport and Gazzetta dello Sport, Cagliari will receive around £2.6million for a seasonal loan with the option to buy the player for £6million, so the total amount is around £9million.

Bellanova has signed a five-year contract worth £770,000, with a salary cost of around £1.7million for Inter. As Bellanova replaces Ivan Perisic after the Croat joins Spurs, this clever move will save Marotta around £7million a year.

ARRIGO SACCHI SHOCK: ‘LAUTARO-LUKAKU-DYBALA WON’T WORK’

Former AC Milan manager Arrigo Sacchi told Gazzetta dello Sport that the arrival of Dybala and Lukaku in the city of Milan could cause tactical problems at Inter.

Former AC Milan manager Arrigo Sacchi warned Lukaku could cause tactical imbalance at Inter

Former AC Milan manager Arrigo Sacchi warned Lukaku could cause tactical imbalance at Inter

“I’ve always thought that teams aren’t made with stickers,” he said. “I was at Real Madrid as technical director in 2004-05 and they asked me to coach. Do you know how the attack was put together?

“I’ll tell you: David Beckham, Raul, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Figo. On the bench, the first two substitutes were Nando Morientes and Owen. It wasn’t a team, it was a movie. But the plot was lacking. Two boys in body armor would have been needed to protect the defence. Teams always need balance.’

PANUCCI: ‘WILL SIMONE INZAGHI GET LUKAKU AS ANTONIO CONTE?

Following Lukaku’s disastrous return to Chelsea, many former Serie A stars are now wondering what the Belgian forward’s future will be in Italy, after spending two years in Milan under Conte.

Former Real Madrid, Inter and AC Milan star Christian Panucci spoke in an interview with Sky Sport about the potential problems Lukaku could face in his second life in Serie A.

“Lukaku in England found hard bones and struggled more, while doing really well and leaving a great memory at Inter,” he said.

“We have to see if Inzaghi’s way of playing is comparable to what he saw at Conte. He can certainly improve Inter.”

Fans in Italy wonder how Lukaku will fare at Inter after his struggle at Chelsea

Fans in Italy wonder how Lukaku will fare at Inter after his struggle at Chelsea

But former Italian star Christian Panucci believes Lukaku can become a success and Inter .  will improve

But former Italian star Christian Panucci believes Lukaku can become a success and Inter . will improve

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